Koko: Web of Trees & Fungi Mapped

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Trees are intelligent and communicate.

Scientists Create First Ever Map of ‘Wood Wide Web’

For the first time ever, scientists have made a complete map of the “wood wide web,” the underground network of bacteria and fungi that connects trees and passes nutrients from the soil to their roots, as Science Magazine explained.

The paper, published in Nature Thursday, draws on a database of more than 1.1 million forest inventory plots including more than 28,000 species of trees in more than 70 countries.

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