two leaves of this bush keep waving without any breeze

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0 1. Klemm commented 217 days ago

Ants doing it
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+2 2. cameramaster commented 216 days ago

It's a bloody Triffid !
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+1 3. Judge-Jake commented 216 days ago

Very strange indeed, there is a little movement from three of the other leaves also. I'm thinking a Newtons Cradle effect or something to do with sucking water from the roots. Or a breeze he hasn't noticed. >:)
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+1 4. Meggey commented 216 days ago

#3 That or the plant is just warm??? its just wafting itself cool that's all

It's 2018 anything is possible heck we have 72 genders now mybe this plant is a windmill? DONT JUDGE! hahahahah
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0 5. ringmaster commented 216 days ago

They aren't moving in sync.
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-1 6. Oddi commented 216 days ago

3 min video and nothing happened?? cmon! they should have considered of filming it around maybe we got a hint to whats happening!
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+2 7. jaikku commented 215 days ago

I suspect the sunlight heats the leaves so that they start to move. Temp difference causes movement. Those particular leaves seem to be directly towards sun. Perhaps....
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+2 8. Judge-Jake commented 215 days ago

If this was the middle ages it would be deemed a witch plant and burnt at the stake after being ducked in the local pond. >:)
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0 9. ComentAtor commented 215 days ago

nope , it's of divine origin obviously .. a holy plant !
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+1 10. Austin commented 215 days ago

#4. Meggey What on earth are you going on about?

[heck we have 72 genders now mybe this plant is a windmill? DONT JUDGE!]

I never imagined the day when an explanation of ‘Griffin droppings’ would actually make more sense…
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0 11. bigdisnotr commented 215 days ago

#4 because the wind doesn't blow them from the same angle. they have slightly different angles to the wind.
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0 12. captain_obvious commented 215 days ago

only films 1 point of view for 3 min?!