Maybe, one day, we humans will stop being so arrogant.
It’s not long ago the argument was made that the thing that differentiated man from other expressions of life was our use of tools. Now, we have videos of birds using sticks to get at insects, animals using stones to break open nuts or the shells of their prey, even many examples of birds dropping their shelled prey, from tortoises to mussels and oysters, on a hard surface to crack them open.
And now the evidence of trees taking caring of each other, perhaps even living “till death do us part”, and dying together. Anyone who has learned to communicate with other forms of consciousness knows these new understandings are entirely to be expected:
The first signs of what he describes as “tree friendships” were evident in the strange growths around dead tree stumps that Wohlleben came to realize were being kept alive by nearby trees. Nearby trees of the same species, astonishingly, actually care for each other, and they do this by feeding one another when they can’t do so on their own as a way of collective survival.
“Most individual trees of the same species growing in the same copse or stand will be connected through their root systems,” he writes. “It appears that helping neighbours in times of need is the rule, which leads to the conclusion that forests are super-organisms, much like ant colonies.”
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The arrogance of ignorance. So much most of us miss out on.
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