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Sunset, Saguaro National Park (East), Tucson
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Sunset seen through a Giant Saguaro Cactus 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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Chargée: 29/04/2010
Mis à jour: 10/09/2014
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Tags: sunset; saguaro; cactus; national; park; east; tucson; arizona; sonoran; desert; spring; flowers
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