Parrish Pinnacles

Every year these rock formations "blossom" with life. Their bright colors attract thousands of fragile golden winged insects, called spirrols, that feed on the nectar provided by the tiny prismatic mushrooms. Then, in exchange, the spirrols spread these mushroom spores to other rock formations. These colors are derived from the minerals within the stone, and only the Parrish Pinnacles glow with such brilliant color.

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