The evidence for plant communication is only a few decades old. But in that short period, the evidence has leapfrogged from electrifying discovery to decisive proof.
When we think about plants, we do not associate the term “behavior” with them. In this documentary, experimental plant ecologist JC Cahill tries to change that. He is a professor at the University of Alabama.
JC Cahill maintains that plants do behave and lead anything but solitary and sedentary lives. The documentary teaches us about plants and how much smarter and more interactive they are.
Plants communicate using organic compounds, electrical signaling, and common networks between plants and other organisms.
In this documentary we show off some of the best eagle attacks we’ve seen. Eagles hunt their prey thanks to the talons or claws on their toes. Their talons are curved an...