[Total: 0 Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote This common cactus can be found in the Mojave desert in abundance. Beavertail is very similar to the prickley pear cactus, and offered Native Americans food for hundreds of years. In this video Martin Survival shows what parts you can eat. Also we show you how to harvest the fruits. If you enjoy this video hit the THUMBS UP BUTTON and SUBSCRIBE to Martin Survival on Youtube. Also, visit our website at: WEBSITE : www.martinsurvival.com FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/jeffmartinsurvival TWITTER: Martin_Survival INSTAGRAM: Martin Survival Intro and exit Music by Dream Theater : On The Backs Of Angels Video Rating: / 5
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