I'd love to go here

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That looks like it would be an awsome place to visit. It seems much more lush than I would have expected. Maybe these pictures were taken after they rainy season? Thanks for posting the link.

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Excellent! Thanks.

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Jubaeas! Wow! I'd love to do that trip!

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Another place I'd like to visit! Thanks!

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Sounds like the best place in the world to see Jubaeas. Those pictures are amazing.

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I love how it looks so much like California chaparral but with columnar cacti and clusters of bromeliads...and forests of Jubaeas!

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Now that's something we don't see every day here in Floriduh ! :)

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that is pretty darn amazing! i have never seen habitat pix of jubaea before,thanks for sharing this!

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I love how it looks so much like California chaparral but with columnar cacti and clusters of bromeliads...and forests of Jubaeas!

From what I gather, La Campana is basically the same climate as Southern California, and in my humble opinion, the botanical features put California's to shame.

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