Date : Jun 26 , 2020 | Image Credit : Wikimedia Commons
Have you ever read about the shameplant? It does exactly what its name suggests. When this plant is touched by another organism, its leaves fold […]
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In 2016, Australian scientists found evidence that plants really can feel when we're touching them. Not only that, but different sensations result in different physiological and genetic changes, whether it's a few drops of rain or a little soft pat.