Credit: CLAUS JENSEN/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Galls on a beech leaf (Fagus sp.). Galls are abnormal growths on a plant caused by chemicals secreted by a parasitic insect. The chemicals cause the growth of the galls, which surround a protect the insect larvae, and supply them with food as they develop. Filmed in Denmark.

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Galls on beech leaf

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Duration: 00:00:18.02

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Frame rate: 25

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