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Sunrise 3, Saguaro National Park (East), Tucson
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Sunrise over the Giant Saguaro Cactuses in Saguaro National Park (East). The Saguaro Cactus can live to over 150 to 200 year in age and may take 80 years to develop a branch although some may grow many more branches and some have none. They are tree like with a solid woody core.

Copyright: Brian Richards
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Uploaded: 29/04/2010
Updated: 10/09/2014
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Tags: sunrise; saguaro; cactus; national park; tucson; arizona; desert; sonoran; spring; flowers
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