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Tasmania's rainforests are burning up in the wake of its most severe two-year drought on record. Continue reading →
Even without brains, some plants can count up to five, new research finds. Continue reading →
The seeds are miniscule and unusually well-preserved, in such good condition that their internal cell structures were still visible.
Mushrooms could be used to produce the manufacturing material of the future Continue reading →
Your living room decoration can become a home for fish or goat chow. →
The plant kingdom has a rich natural history all its own.
Warming temperatures and drought are making it tougher to survive.
Turning the tops of buildings into green space is a way to improve the urban environment and make it more pleasant, too.
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