Cactus will rot if they do not get a chance to dry out after being exposed to water.
They evolved in dry climates and have not developed any self protection against dangerous organisms that thrive in dampness.
A cactus placed in a pond would die of root rot and lack of oxygen.
Some species of cactus do survive in parts of Kansas.
The desert does not help the cactus survive. The cactus survives despite the desert due to its adaptations..
no,a cactus can't survive in northpole because it will become frozen and it would die. Cactus can almostly survive in any climate. In northpole it is very cold and the cactus is not adapted to low temperatures. Cactus need warmth and in northpole there is freezing weather and freezing water, cactus can't survive in northpole.
A cactus can hold water inside of it. :)
there is water inside the cactus shell
yes a cactus will survive because it stores water in its trunk for when it needs it most
becar many yuse cactus survive in low water also and they can survive without water for many years
when the cactus is none of sun it can survive
Yes a turtle can survive in an outside pond in winter.
Yes, some species of cactus can survive quite far north and are able to tolerate all but the coldest of temperatures.
If kept dry.
because it helps bring precipitation to the cactus...
The Leaves of Cactus are prickly and sharp. Cactus have leaves like this to prevent predators and other animals to eat them.
A cactus can store water in its fleshy stem and this enables it to survive periods of drought.
it is because cactus can survive in the desert so it is found in Atacama Desert.
#1. a pond is fresh water#2. a pond usually is to small#3. a pond doesn't have the food that sharks eat
No. Although cactus do survive with some of the smallest amounts of water.
they reflect there body from the cold but they may die in the summer survive
they always absorb sunlight, and sorry no other answers. Never touch a cactus!
there will be a little change because the cactus will not survive