Late in the video, the plant loses its water supply and wilts/desiccates, but bounces back once water is re-added.
I accidentally included the old timing information from the original 15fps video. This one is at 30fps. Thus, time lapse is at 20 min per frame, 30fps. That means that 1 second of video is 10 hours in real time.
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