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Saguaro National Monument, Arizona

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Saguaro National Monument, Arizona
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Publisher: U.S. Government Printing Office
ISBN/ASIN: 1491018046
Number of pages: 117

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This book is a simple account of the natural history of Saguaro National Monument. It is intended to help you understand the relationships between land, climate, plants, wild animals, and man in the environment of a hot desert. It includes brief profiles of many representative species.

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