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What types of bushes are found in the Arabian desert?

Tags: environment, arts & culture, arabian
Asked by arun muni, 26 Mar '13 04:54 pm
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JUNIPER AND DATE PALMS

Date Palms
The date palm is a palm tree with feather-like gray or green leaves. It also has an edible fruit. People have cultivated the date palm for the fruit for hundreds of years. Both people and their livestock have used it as a food source.

Juniper
Juniper is a name used for various evergreen, coniferous trees or shrubs. There are nearly 70 species of juniper. It is found all over the northern hemisphere, including the Arctic, Central America and Africa. The berries and seeds found on the juniper are eaten by a wide variety of birds and mammals.
Answered by Ataur Rahman, 26 Mar '13 04:56 pm

 
  
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