Desert Plants kai + Tanek

The Kings Cup cactus is a cactus that blooms once a uear and can survive extreme weather well. Native Americans use the stems when baking cakes.
The apache plume can survive high and very low temperates which makes it very durable and desirable in desert communities.
The Jumping Cholla is a cactus that shoots its needles when you get too close to it and is set off like a chain reaction clinging to your skin and clothes.
The llareta is a type of tree that bunches together in very dense and compact areas so much so it looks like moss and can even support human weight.
Our invention is a tent that is more supportive than a normal tent. These tents will be more sturdy and hold in heat better. Since the llareta conforms together to keep in heat during the cold nights of the desert.

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