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Interesting phenomenon! I think they are giving space to each other !
Trees are alive and full of energy. They can feel what is around them, and when they are next to each other. Wanting the same things, water, sun, air..they don't take it from their neighbor, instead they share and all live, giving shade to their roots and soil too.
Trees create oxygen; the canopy shyness may just be avoidance of oxygen!
Its called respect of ones boundaries. And plants know that there should be a space for sunlight to penetrate deep down the foliage if not all of them will die. Its only humans are greedy...
Even trees knows respect. 😊
Or positive and negative energies ... 🥰
Crown shyness..sounds dirty to me
They don’t stop growing towards each other. Are people paying any attention to the world around them. There’s this funny thing called wind. When the branch tips of adjacent trees blow in the wind they abrade one another creating the space. Wind and friction and abrasion not shyness are what you’re observing.
Is it to help with the younger trees? Give more light to the ground?
Social distanced trees
Another suggestion is that plants don't touch each other to not spread pathogens among them
I feel like this about most humans 😁
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