All over the globe, plants are growing into strange, circular patterns – Ars Technica

Ars Technica
In areas where water resources are scarce or irregular, plants are known to engage in “scale-dependent feedbacks,” where plants over a wide area grow into clusters rather than spreading out over a big area. The plant clumps limit their sizes to make
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