1) Water, they can live with out water for months.
2)Fruit bats feed on their pollen from the flowers to help photosynthesis.
3) Wind helps to disperce seeds. They are like dandylions.
Animals also eat their seed, and come out the other end.
The desert does not help the cactus survive. The cactus survives despite the desert due to its adaptations..
The cactus has a number of structural adaptations that allow it to live in the harsh conditions of the desert. Many other plants lack these adaptations and cannot survive in a desert.
They store water in there stem.
A botanist studies plants and their adaptations.
cactus and dates were the native plants of deserts
the cactus wren is large so here are its adaptations
a cactus that grows in the desert XD
Cactus has spiky tips because it is their adaptations. Adaptations are something that protects you from other things.
in winter the barrel cactus
The saguaro is primarily a cactus of the Sonoran Desert.
it is because cactus can survive in the desert so it is found in Atacama Desert.
a cactus lives in a desert
The fishhook barrel cactus is found in both the Chihuahuan Desert and the Sonoran Desert.
There are many sorts of desert plants. Most iconic of these plants is the cactus. The cactus has adapted to the desert by storing massive quantities of water within itself. In order to deal with other organisms attempting to consume it for this water, it has developed thorns which harm potential consumers.
The saguaro is a cactus of the Sonoran Desert primarily.
The plural of cactus. A cactus is a poky desert plant.cactus
They are prickly
The saguaro cactus (Carnegiea gigantea) is the largest cactus in the United States and a defining cactus of the plant of the Sonoran Desert.The saguaro cactus (Carnegiea gigantea) is the largest cactus in the United States and a defining cactus of the plant of the Sonoran Desert.
The Answer Is Cactus! CTUSAC = CACTUS :)
in the desert
I can find no cactus named the "pippithrop cactus."
The largest cactus in the world is the cardon cactus, Pachycereus pringlei, of Mexico. It does not occur in the United States. The saguaro cactus is smaller and is found in the Sonoran Desert and parts of the Mojave Desert.