Say hello to the Skeleton Flower, a white woodland blossom whose petals turn crystal clear when they make contact with water.
Diphelleia grayi, the scientific name of the Skeleton Flower, can be found in only three parts of the world. The plant grows on moist, wooded mountainsides in colder regions of Japan, China and the Appalachian Mountains in the United States, and is instantly recognizable by its large, umbrella-like leaves.
Oh, and when the the leaves dry out, they turn back to being white.
You can also watch these miraculous flowers in action in the video at the bottom of the post.
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