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Saguaro Cactus By, Paul & Shirley Berquist. What does it look like?. What does it sound like?. DESERT. What does it feel like?. What does it smell like?. Why is the saguaro cactus an important habitat for creatures of the Sonoran Desert? What happens in the life of a saguaro?

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Saguaro cactus by paul shirley berquist l.jpg

Saguaro CactusBy,Paul & Shirley Berquist


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What does it

look like?

What does it

sound like?

DESERT

What does it

feel like?

What does it

smell like?


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  • Why is the saguaro cactus an important habitat for creatures of the Sonoran Desert?

  • What happens in the life of a saguaro?

  • How does the desert compare with the area where you live?


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Habitat:

the place where a plant or animal lives.

The bears’ habitat is in the woods.


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Perch:

to rest or sit on.

The parrot perched itself on the wall.


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Nectar:

the sweet liquid found in flowers.

The hummingbird drank the

nectar from the flower.


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Brush:

low, shrubby growth or bushes.

The little boy was hiding in the

brush.


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Decompose: to rot or decay.

The leaves that fell on the ground were starting to decompose.


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Topple:

to fall over; to overturn.

The glass toppled over and spilled the juice.


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Teeming:

swarming

The worker had to be careful when collecting honey, because the hive was teeming with bees.


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Spiny:

covered with spines or thorns

The cactus is a very spinyplant.


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  • How is a pet’s habitat different from a wild animal’s?

  • Would you like to have a decomposing sandwich for lunch? Why or why not?

  • Which word means the opposite of empty?

  • Which word would you replace with the words sweet liquid?


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  • What kinds of animals perch in a tree?

  • When someone hits a baseball into some brush, is the ball easy or hard to find?

  • What would expect the skin of a spiny anteater to feel like?

  • What might cause a tree to topple over?


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