When the summer sun bakes the earth and burns the grass, traveling animals manage to survive on the prickly seeds and leaves of desert plants, such as the goosefoot.

National Geographic - September, 1963

When the summer sun bakes the earth and burns the grass, traveling animals manage to survive on the prickly seeds and leaves of desert plants, such as the goosefoot.

National Geographic - September, 1963

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