What Are Some Plants in the Arabian Desert?

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The Arabian Desert is a huge desert that stretches from Yemen to the Persian Gulf and Oman to Jordan and Iraq. The plants living in this area are known as xerophytic which means they are structurally adapted to a limited water supply or salt-tolerant. Some of the plants that grow in this area include Prosopis cineraria, better known as ghaf, calligonum crinitum, date palm, juniper and caper.
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