Seed Pods of Lotus plant, during the Indian monsoon.
Trypophobics of the world unite against Trypophobia !
The term trypophobia (sometimes called repetitive pattern phobia) was coined in 2005, a combination of the Greek trypo (punching, drilling or boring holes) and phobia. It is not recognized in the American Psychiatric Association’s Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders. Thousands of people claim to be fearful of objects with small holes, such as beehives, ant holes, and lotus seed heads. Research is limited and Arnold Wilkins and Geoff Cole, who claim to be the first to scientifically investigate, believe the reaction to be based on a biological revulsion, rather than a learned cultural fear.
Source – Wikipedia
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