This is a short video demonstrating just how well dandelion seedheads repel water. How well? VERY well. Possibly even the best. Like, if somebody asks how you're doing these days and you answered honestly, the opposite of that.
Keep going for the short video with a much more respectable resolution and frame rate.
Thanks to hairless, who agrees nature is magic halfheartedly masquerading as science.
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, fun you can have yourself at home
, nature is magic
, not getting wet
, so that's what that looks like
, well how about that!
, well why aren't we making bathing suits out of dandelions then?