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Plants are listening AND talking (video)

 
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It's amazing that the plant at the end is actually growing towards the speaker because it's speaking the right "language" (frequency really).


 
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Very cool. It reinforces the point that individual organisms do not exist in isolation. There is so much to the interconnected web of life that we don't fully understand. Thanks for sharing!
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