We know animals have their own language they use to communicate. We study their language for years, trying to get just a glimpse of it, in a way to understand their communication and be able to bond with them.
Animal trainers, for example, have mastered the art of whistles to produce sounds similar to the animal language. Orca whale trainers use sound to teach the whales new commands.
But what happens in the world of plants? When we were children, we all learn that plants also have a language to communicate between themselves. But that was the simple explanation.
How do they really communicate? And do plants think and use their brain? Well, of course they do. A BBC documentary goes deep into the science behind plants communication.
Showing just how amazing and deep the nature world is, even more fascinating than technology, the documentary shows how generous plants are.
In a way, plants “allow” us to feed on them, just so we can pollinate, fertilize them and spread the seeds. Sounds fascinating, doesn’t it?