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These large plants can be found in the Deadwood Ridge, and act as natural telescopes by allowing light to pass through a large translucent pod of water or a natural lens formed of resin in the center of the flower, much like a lens with magnifying properties.
Lens Blossoms appear to be distantly related to the Aurora Blossom, as the two species share many similarities as they have similar structure that allow light to pass through them and natural forming lens out of resin with magnifying properties.