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Plants Have More Ways to Talk to Each Other Than People Do

Plants communicate with each other through scent. Plant roots communicate with each other belowground.

They can shape their leaves to appear as nearby plants. They can change their chemical composition to be less tasty to insect predators. They can also send out scent signals to attract protective insects.

It’s obvious they know a lot more than we think they do.

Plants are amazing. Next time you see one, show respect.

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