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"the hard soil crust within the circles was almost impermeable to rainfall – all the water pouring into this area flowed towards the periphery, where the thirsty plants await. “That gave us clear hints that the gaps serve as a source of water for the vegetation,” Getzin says."

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A blade of grass has dipped into the water, and moved by the wind, has acted like a needle and etched the movement of the wind onto the surface of the water much like a scientific chart recorder would.