Vegetal guidance on how to, gracefully, come out of the freeze response.

Duration 57:23

In order to survive, when no water is available, the Selaginella lepidophylla dries out completely, curls up and withdraws its roots from the earth and pretends to be dead. In this dormant state it waits for the wind to blow it to a more resourceful place. In contact with water it can revive within hours.