The coconut palm tree (Cocos nucifera) accomplishes something that not very many trees do. It inclines toward wind.
Most trees have trunks that will twist away from the breeze. A trunk that inclines downwind is less uncovered and fundamentally better for enduring solid breezes. In any case, the coconut palm is a dissident. Its trunk twists into wind.
Rigorously talking, the palm is developing towards the light (phototropism) not the breeze, but rather since they develop best at the edge of tropical islands, the impact is something similar, as most coastline trees are presented to most grounded twists from the ocean.
For what reason does it do this? It is somewhat odd for a tree to fill such that makes it more uncovered and more defenseless against storms from the ocean.
There is a valid justification. The palm tree needs to drop its seed, the coconut, as near the water as could be expected. Numerous seeds are conveyed by wind or creatures, however coconuts are taken to begin another life somewhere else, frequently on another island, via ocean flows.
Also, coconut palms are exceptionally strong people. It takes an uncommonly solid breeze to compromise them. A storm will shake a few coconuts out of the tree, however is probably not going to pull hard enough at the roots to bring about any issues. A tempest will level a great deal of different species prior to alarming the intense palm.
It is likely you know where the ocean is as of now in the event that you can see coconut palms, yet in the event that not, recall that they develop towards the light, typically the open skies of the sea and away from the dimness of different trees.
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