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Pretty cool to learn that the actual "Joshua tree", living or dead, has a large role in the Mojave ecology. Lots of creatures shelter in the leaves and thatch, and desert rodents burrow beneath the roots. Even termites feast on the dead wood, which helps release nutrients into the soil, for use by new plants.  
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