South African scientists have uncovered the origin of mysterious circles in the desert – Earth – Science and Technology

Scientists from the University of South Africa’s Pretoria believe that they came to grips with a mysterious circle in the desert, the origins of which have been unsuccessfully traced by experts for several decades.

Behind the circles without growth, which people attributed to aliens, for example, can be the pulp of plants from the genus Milkweed, writes the BBC news server.

Mysterious circles, which locals call “fairy circles”, are scattered in the deserts of South Africa in the thousands. In addition to creatures from other planets, ostriches, poisonous gases and termites were behind the creation of seemingly perfect patterns according to more or less believable conjectures and theories.

However, herbalist and poisonous plantist Marion Meyer claims that the circles are formed by a type of milk. When the plant dies, its pulp in the soil kills the beneficial bacteria and, in addition, it binds to grains of sand, which then repel water. In places where sandy soil predominates and there is not enough rainfall, then due to milkweed, no more plants can survive.

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