How does the cactus survive in the desert?

Cactus is a special plant that lives in the deserts of North and Central America. They have a loose fleshy trunk in which water is stored, and therefore sometimes referred to as succulents, as well as similar plants of African deserts. Since they do not have leaves, they do not evaporate much of the moisture. Most cactus is prickly, and it protects them from eating hungry and thirsty desert animals. Some cactuses have a wrinkled stem that allows them to replenish the water supply during rain.

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