Twin Eyed Pansy
The Twin Eyed Pansy lives in large sprawling groups on higher elevation fog covered plateaus where light rainfall is frequent and sunshine is rare. It is suspected this is neither a plant or animal, but a combination of the two, perhaps living in a symbiotic relationship. This specimen was found in a place nicknamed the Field of a Thousand Eyes. Its age is unknown and it no longer appears to be growing in size. The flower petals drop when temperatures cool and returns with Spring-like conditions. The eyes do not appear to notice or focus on movement in the near vicinity.