Fiddle head

Fiddle Head

Fiddleheads are somewhat strange looking plants whose unraveling leaves resemble more than anything else the twisted head of a violin, hence their name. Members of the fern family, fiddleheads are common in watery or damp environments and appear in many caves. Like real-world ferns, fiddleheads reproduce via the release of spores rather than using pollen and seeds

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