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Joshua Tree Guide
The desert is immense and infinitely variable, yet delicate and and fragile.
It is a land shaped by sudden torrents of rain and climatic extremes.
Rainfall is sparse and unpredictable. Streambeds are usually dry and
are few. This land may appear lifeless, but within its parched
intricate living systems,
each fragment depending on the whole system for survival.
White Tank Natural Arch area slideshow
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