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These squares were accomplished by a pilated woodpecker.

Ben says trees nourish each other underground. Even dead trees are part of a communal system.

The evocative scent of a fresh-mown lawn is actually trauma—the smell of chemical defenses called green leaf volatiles.

At least I don't eat fish.

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