Suzanne Simard, a professor at the University of British Columbia, reveals the latest findings in the realm of forestry. By studying the ecosystems in a forest, she and her team realized that trees actually communicate between them via underground fungi.
Well, that’s not the sort of communication you’d imagine from humans, but rather a transfer of matter (hence energy) between mother-trees and smaller trees, thus contributing to the diversity of the natural environment to resist illnesses and attacks from bugs or plagues (not humans).
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