In Hebrew, the plant is called "the source of the stork" due to its fruit that looks like a Source of stork 5 seeds stand out at the base of the fruit and look like the head, each bearing a long bristle. Clasped together, the whole thing looks like a stork's source.
When the seeds ripen, they dehydrate and disengage from the leaves. Each curling like a clock hand and the circular motion helps him to stab into the ground, waiting patiently for the next year's rain.
So far the botanical section, and we'll move on to the photographs:
The seeds I picked up would no longer be grounded naturally but were metamorphosed into sea creatures