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Watch a video: The shameplant that ‘feels shy’ on human touch

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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WORD of the day

Unfamiliar  

Adjective | uhn-fuh-mil-yer

not known to you

DID YOU KNOW?

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.