Hemlatha, a user on Twitter, shared a charming clip in which she discovers a fascinating natural architecture. She called the bird a brilliant engineer for a leaf nest and considered it a prime example of how amazing nature is.
The immense beauty of nature is something that stuns us in every aspect of our lives. However, sometimes, we accidentally discover creations that leave us stunned. They impress and amaze us the more we look at them. This is one such video of a unique nest built by a bird. Social Media users are still figuring out how this beautiful piece of architecture was built without using their hands.
The Architectural Marvel Of A Leaf Nest
The Twitter clip has a length of only 9 seconds, which is possibly too little for the scene. The first shows quite a big green leaf that is slightly turned. But even from a glance, one can notice that it is not a normal curve. Then the camera zooms in on the curious leaf. The leaf has been curved to make a perfect cavity for a bird’s nest to be built. There are even eggs inside the leaf nest. The leaf is essentially both a canopy and a base on which the bird built its nest.
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The naturally improvised structure captivated all that laid their eyes on the clip on social media. There is simply no other reaction than marveling at the leaf nest. Nevertheless, here is the picture. We bet you will be just as astounded.
Brilliant Engineer 👌👍😍😍
Amazing Nature 😍 pic.twitter.com/1qL4LOyaR7
— Hemalatha (@Hemalathanarne) July 1, 2020
At the time of writing the article, the Twitter clip had already been liked more than 5000 times. It had also been retweeted over 1000 times. Needless to say, the clip did not stay on Twitter, and soon users on all other platforms were witness to the amazing leaf nest. People have opened their hearts while reacting to a natural creation this special.
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A host of praises were heaped on the architecture. One user speculated about how the bird managed it – whether it stitched the leaf after bending it; or just built the nest to fit in the space. However, all agreed that it is unimaginable and perfectly balanced.