prickly pear (Opuntia)

Other common names (Indian fig opuntia, prickly pear, tuna (fruit) or nopal (paddle, plural nopales)Where you usually find it
prickly pears are native only to the Americas, but they have been introduced to other parts of the globe. Prickly pear species are found in abundance in Mexico, especially in the central and western regions, and in the Caribbean islands (West Indies). In the United States, prickly pears are native to many areas of the arid Western United States, including the lower elevations of the Rocky Mountains, where species such as Opuntia phaeacantha and Opuntia polyacantha become dominant, and especially in the desert Southwest

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Opuntia
History, Resourceshttp://www.texasbeyondhistory.net/coast/nature/images/prickly-pear.html,

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