Plant Adaptations Activity Question 3 Correct Answer

This is a drought evader.
This is a drought evader.

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Yes!

This is a drought evader because it lives by waterways. The Colorado River is the southern border of Arches National Park. There is enough water along the river and in several washes and springs in the park that drought evading species like this cottonwood can thrive.

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