Do Trees Talk?

Teacher or professor: It's Okay To Be Smart
Subject: Knowledge
Content of the Lesson: Why the forest is more than the trees SUBSCRIBE so you don’t miss a video! ►► ↓↓↓ More info and sources below ↓↓↓ Walk into any forest, and beneath your feet is an elaborate social network that helps make life on Earth possible. It’s called the “Wood Wide Web”, a massive and intricate network of fungi that exchange water, nutrients, and chemical signals with the plants they’re living in a symbiotic relationship with. This network of fungi is essential to the health and function of forests and to controlling climate change itself. You’re about to look at fungi in a whole new way! #plants #fungi #woodwideweb SOURCES: ----------- FOLLOW US for more curiosity: Twitter Instagram Merch Facebook Books from our episodes:

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