Catci are part of a plant group known as succulents. Succulents store water in their roots, leaves, or stems and look slightly swollen as a result. One of the reasons that the catci is able to conserve so much water is the small number of stomata – the holes through which they transpire. This allows catci to retain more moisture.
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