It doesn’t rain often in Death Valley, but when it does, an amazing scene can unfold. Hundreds of thousands of flower seeds sit dormant under the soil in the national park, and when they receive moisture, they’ll explode into an amazing bloom that is rare but spectacular. This year, that bloom happened and was caught on video. Check it out for yourself in the amazing 2+ minute clip found below.
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