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What is crown shyness?

Trees can be shy too. 🌳😯

11/16/2018 7:13 AMupdated: 03/12/2019 5:17 PM
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  • Mi-heui J.
    11/16/2018 07:20

    So touching ^^*

  • Jānis S.
    11/16/2018 07:58

    That's not shyness. It's respect and not getting into the personal space of another.

  • Jim S.
    11/16/2018 09:39

    Because the largest factors to the continuation of life in general, is co-operation. A species generally assists itself...hence why selctive canniblism is so rare...

  • Harjeet K.
    11/16/2018 11:07

    Maybe energy radiates off of the trees and that space is where the forces push against one another.

  • Doron P.
    11/16/2018 12:15

    our canopies are crowding and overlapping thanks to a foreign diversity😂

  • Taipan S.
    11/16/2018 12:25

    Good

  • Hilalahmad B.
    11/16/2018 15:44

    This is to not allow others to invade ur sphere .

  • Lydia R.
    11/16/2018 16:01

    Interesting

  • Harrison T.
    11/16/2018 16:45

    What dumb cunt interpenetrated this as shyness?

  • Therese E.
    11/16/2018 19:34

    👌

  • April M.
    11/17/2018 05:09

    Or just maybe the trees respect anothers space

  • Ahmad Z.
    11/17/2018 09:59

    it's not shy, they respect each other personal space. if they touch each other, that would be gay

  • Edgard S.
    11/17/2018 14:35

    But just like i'll respect you and yu'll keep your distance to let me breathe and not gas me with your mouth or butt

  • البصراوي ا.
    11/17/2018 14:41

    Interesting

  • Shubham G.
    11/17/2018 16:51

    😮

  • Scott G.
    11/17/2018 18:44

    Common decency....allowing each other room to grow, and receive sunlight...

  • Malika S.
    11/17/2018 19:10

    Subhana allah

  • Elena G.
    11/17/2018 21:09

    interesting

  • Γιαννης Ξ.
    11/17/2018 21:27

    . Its only about survival of the tree. If its leafs go inside to the other it will lose the sun light

  • Raquelle G.
    11/18/2018 00:14

    This is not the case for all trees, I have seen many in our area intermingle branches.