How Citrullus flora fixes the sand dunes?


The citrullus is a source of food for the wildlife in the desert and the wildlife know the importance and the value of the food provided by the bushes. They eat everything growing in the deserts, some animal eat one and avoid the other but as a main picture, all plants are consumable. Citrullus might be very bitter and poisonus for human but a food of choice for the goats, camels, rodents and the birds. Also, such flora is home to the unique and well adapted fauna of the desert. https://arkbiodiv.com/2020/11/19/enjoy-desert-exploration-with-me/

The Ethnovets in the remote areas use the fruits of the four Mellon for the treatment of the animals as well. https://ethnobiomed.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/1746-4269-9-84 https://ethnobiomed.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/1746-4269-6-16

The highly important flora of the desert is giving a panoramic view to the sand during sunset.
Beautiful sunset time in Alain, a beautiful view of the desert’s flora

The seeds of the plant (citrullus) are very good source of food for the rodents. You will always find the burrows of the rodents in the Citrullus wine deep in the desert.

You can see many plants (mainly citrulus) are visible spreading on the sand dunes. They fix the sand dunes and halt them to not extant further.
You can see many plants (mainly citrullus) are visible spreading on the sand dunes to not extant further.
Citrullus might be very bitter and poisonus for human but a food of choice for the goats, camels, rodents and the birds. Also, such flora is home to the unique and well adapted fauna of the desert.
A close view of the citrullus plant, halting the sand to spread by fabricating a carpet of the shoot on the sand.
Citrullus might be very bitter and poisonus for human but a food of choice for the goats, camels, rodents and the birds. Also, such flora is home to the unique and well adapted fauna of the desert.
See the resilient power of citrulus in the desert. They can tolerate a very arid conditions of the desert.

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