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Thorny South African Seeds Get an Up Close Examination in Macro Photographs by Dillon Marsh

   11 Jun 01:00:02  |  Digital Design  |  ThisIsColossal

In order to spread as widely as possible, some varieties of seeds will grow sharp thorns and burs. These sharp points allow the seeds to attach themselves to unsuspecting animals or humans unnoticed, and has earned them the moniker of “hitchhiker plants.” Photographer Dillon Marsh (previously here and here) is accustomed to these seeds hitching a ride on his shoes or clothes during photo excursions through tall grasses of his home in South Africa. More

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