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A variety of flora in Joshua Tree national park. One of the trees here (left, back) is a pinyon pine, once a great food source for Native Americans and still a vital part of the area’s ecology. Sadly, global warming and pine bark beetles have seen the pinyon trees die off in many areas of the park

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