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High Points of Low Water

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Most of us are familiar with the devastating effects of drought, but few consider drought as part of the natural process. Many species, such as cypress and tupelo, even rely on drought to regenerate. In this segment Glenn takes a look at some of the positive aspects of drought on certain plants, animals and even geography.


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