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This is a mimosa pudica, also known as the sensitive plant or a touch-me-not. It is known for its rapid plant movement, moving quickly into a closed, sleep position when touched, shaken, blown at, etc, only to open a few minutes later. Watch this happen in a larger groups of plants:
Some of our favorite videos are made by someone giving us a personal video tour, such as the tour of the International Space Station, this tour of a seaweed collection, this red-tailed vanzosaur video, and this video about a nine-banded baby armadillo.
Abstracted shapes “as living creatures – each given locomotion by the possibilities and restrictions inherent in it’s own physical form - the objects ‘finding their own way’ both despite & because of their own physical properties & limitations.“ The Wool Parade was created by Studio AKA for the Danish textile company Kvadrat.
Related watching: plankton.