Have you ever silently observed some trees like the eucalyptus, Sitka spruce, and Japanese larch? Did you notice that the uppermost branch or the crown of the trees do not cross each other. This phenomenon is called ‘crown shyness’.  The structure that is formed in the jungles due to this looks visually stunning. Some scientist has studied this topic in the 1920s, and have discovered that tree of the same or different species usually shows crown shyness in different parts of the globe.

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Crown shyness, a naturally occurring phenomenon, results in crack-like gaps in the tree canopy.