Rare Succulent Plants Like Flying Dolphins Craze In Japan

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Rare Succulent Plants Like Flying Dolphins Craze In Japan

This plant has small leaves that look like little dolphins that jump in the air. The best part? The longer it spreads, the more the leaves look like dolphins!

Some time ago a Japanese netizen was shocked with a plant that has a unique shape. Netizen shares pictures of succulent plants that look like dolphins and the Japanese are crazy about it! Previously, Japanese netizens were shocked by secular plants that have unique shapes such as cute rabbits.

This mini dolphin plant itself is a kind of cactus with the Latin name Senecio Peregrinus. The cactus is the result of a cross between Senecio Articulates and Senecio Rowleyanus. This plant has small leaves that look like little dolphins that jump in the air. The best part? The longer it spreads, the more the leaves look like dolphins! So, not only does that plant make your home more comfortable but it's also quite charming.

Twitter users @ kao77neko shared pictures of this succulent and got more than 10 thousand retweets and 11 thousand likes thereafter. Thank you @ kao77neko, for introducing us to this amazing dolphin plant that we had never known before. And indeed we really like it!

Not only a beautiful home decoration, but it turns out these dolphins can also be used as decorations on the photos of Instagram.

The uniqueness of the Senecio Peregrinus of the other cactus is its oval shape with small branches that resemble fins. The shape is stunted and commonly used as ornamental plants in small pots.

Not surprisingly, this plant is now excellent and much sought after by lovers of ornamental plants. "This plant makes me want to linger over it," wrote a netizen. "This is so cute! Makes me want to have it," wrote another.

(h/t: soranews24 )

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