Tangled Bubble Tree
The tangled bubble tree grows extraordinarily faster than its ancestor. The ancestors that began to grow in the swamp benefited from the moister and more nutrient-rich soil as well as an almost complete lack of predators, and they thus became increasingly large. Their quick burst in rapid growth resulted in a tangled, unstructured layout of branches, often resulting in two branches and sometimes even two trees fusing together. The bubble seeds have lost much of their hydrogen concentration since there is little need for it in the swamp. The only thing that feeds on the seeds are the twelve-winged worm. To prevent the worms from eating too many of the seeds, many of the seeds grow in clusters in spots where the branches twist and bend, which are hard spots for the worms to easily get into to steal the seeds.