Joshua Tree National Park has the status of a desert. It is located at the intersection of two giant deserts of North America – the Sonoran Desert and the Mojave. The eastern and southern portion of the park resemble Vegetation Sonora desert, “bouncing” cacti and creosote bushes (Chaparral). The western areas are located higher, so they get more coolness and moisture from the nature. Here there is a huge number of sprawling trees yucca. In the central part of the park “Joshua Tree” are those most amazing rock complexes that makes the park got such glory.
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