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So irritating when people anthropomorphize plants. They aren’t using “tricks,” they’re just sitting there being what they are. Like a stone. They do not develop strategies.
Yeah, plants hate it when you do that.
Poison Ivy like to hide under other vines…I do know that
P.L.M. plant lives matter
plants have feelings too, hug a liberal
Plants are so smart that they are running for posts in the Democrat Party and winning the nominations. Fern and Ivy are more highly regarded that Hillary.
“Well, sir, I’m not a potted plant. I’m here as the lawyer. That’s my job.”–Brendan Sullivan.
Sounds like a half-baked paper. It’s seems more likely that some “scientists” are trying to earn a living by attempting to get another grant. Without including UV studies, the rest of that “research” is of little value.
>“Animal camouflage has provided scientists with arguably the best examples of evolution in action,”
I’ve always been curious about the intermediate stages of this. Imperfect camouflage is not camouflage at all, so I wonder what the intermediate steps would be.
Aha! Plants are like Theresa May pretending not to be a vegetable. I wish the plants better success.
I feel like we learned this in middle school back in the 1980s… But maybe it’s news.
Oh, plants can be real jerks, believe you me!
Call any vegetable
I hate the Drudge so much. Go find something to do you mind-numb idiots.
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