Devil's Claw
Garra del Diablo

Devil's Claw

"Devils Claw" gets its name from its long, hooked seed pods. The hooks catch on the feet of animals, and as the animals walk, the pods are ground or crushed open, dispersing the seeds.

Creator: El Paso Museum of Archaeology

Area: Northeast / Franklin Mountains

Source: El Paso Museum of Archaeology

Uploaded by: El Paso Museum of History

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