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Trees look isolated above ground, but underground they're talking all the time

We know it sounds crazy, but hear us out: trees actually are speaking to each other. Trees use a vast underground network to send each other nutrients and warn their their neighbors about droughts and disease. Considering they’ve been around for over 400 million years, is it really that surprising that they’ve figured out a way to communicate?

Producer: Lucas Isakowitz

Supervising Producer: Allie Jaynes

Executive Producer: Michelle Nash

Illustrators: Grace Berrios and Jackie Albano

Animator: Raúl Ávila

Sound Design: Carlos Hurtado

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