Crown Shyness, A Natural Phenomenon Where Trees Avoid Touching

Crown Shyness, A Natural Phenomenon Where Trees Avoid Touching

Crown shyness is a naturally occurring phenomenon in some tree species where the upper most branches in a forest canopy avoid touching one another. The visual effect is striking as it creates clearly defined borders akin to cracks or rivers in the sky when viewed from below. This intriguing behavior was first observed in 1920s, but somehow researchers yet have to reach a consensus on what causes it.

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