Fauna & Flora, Grand Canyon National Park

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    Grand Canyon rattlesnake slithering off...
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    Cactus in Marble Canyon
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    RATTLESNAKES

    by mtncorg Written Nov 6, 2003

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    Grand Canyon rattlesnake slithering off the path

    There are rattlesnakes of different varieties - the Grand Canyon rattlesnake being the most common. Rarely there are mountain lions and bobcats. Commonly, there are bats. You will know evening is drawing on when the first bat flies over your camp.

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    CACTUSES

    by mtncorg Written Nov 6, 2003

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    Cactus in Marble Canyon

    Cactuses of many species all are waiting for you to try them out. These plants are the water conservation champions. They have exchanged water losing leaves for sharp spines.

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    • Rafting

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