Severe drought threatens Joshua trees
At Joshua Tree National Park, east of Los Angeles, the last decade was the hottest on record. Trees at the park have been able to survive because their roots are capable of finding water deep in the desert ground. But there are indications that rising temperatures and a drought may have dried out their water source. Danielle Nottingham reports.
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