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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote The saguaro cactus is an icon of the Sonoran Desert. It can grow up to 18 meters tall and live up to 200 years. Daria Dieguts traveled to Arizona to learn more about this magnificent plant. Anna Rice narrates her report. Originally published at – Video Rating: / 5


  • Rawda Salma 2 weeks ago


  • Rawda Salma 2 weeks ago

    This helped me with my homework

  • CA Catr 2 weeks ago

    It is incorrect when this video says that the Saguaro has white or yellow blooms, Wrong. The Saguaro has white blooms only, not yellow. Unwisely, they showed other cacti when speaking of the Saguaro. Other kinds of cacti have other colors of blooms, and Springtime shows a rainbow of colors in the Sonoran Desert. Incorrect information should not be propagated in videos. They should make sure they listened accurately to the Forest Ranger, get the facts straight, and proof their statements before they misinform viewers.

  • She's my President 2 weeks ago

    MSNBCannibals may disguise themselves as cactus and attack Illegal Aliens and NOT deport them BUT EAT THEM!! #StopMSNBCannibals #BuildTheWall

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