Credit: CLAUS JENSEN/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Extreme close-up of one of the stinging trichomes on the stem of a stinging nettle (Urtica dioica). The stinging nettle is a common plant in much of the northern hemisphere, and is well known for its painful sting. The stings are due to the sharp trichomes, which inject a mixture of chemicals, including histamine, into the skin when touched. Filmed in Denmark.

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Stinging nettle sting

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Duration: 00:00:09.15

Frame size: 1920x1080

Frame rate: 25

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