Saguaro National Park
The Saguaro National Park is located in Arizona and is an area where giant branched cactuses grow. The status of a national park was obtained in 1994. The saguaro cactus stencils were striped to allow the plant to absorb more water during the rain. This cactus lived for 200 years and grew up to 15 meters high. The colors of these cacti are very beautiful, they give bee nectar, and the sweet fruits of the plant are the favorite food of coyotes, foxes, rodents, cranes and birds. Besides saguaro, other species of cacti are found here, so this park is strange but beautiful.