How Trees Communicate Using the Wood Wide Web

Forester Peter Wohlleben reveals how trees talk to each other through their roots and fungal networks. In his new book The Hidden Life of Trees, he explains that trees can register pain, learn things, and even protect and care for each other.

Want to learn more about the secret life of trees? Watch this fascinating TED talk by ecologist Suzanne Simard.

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