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Travel deep inside a redwood tree leaf

Travel down into a small flat redwood tree leaf through a stoma, a tiny opening in its surface. This animation from the California Academy of Sciences takes us on a scientifically accurate journey into a palisade cell...

The Wood Wide Web: How trees secretly talk to and share with each other

Trees secretly talk to each other underground. They're passing information and resources to and from each other through a network of mycorrhizal fungi—mykós means fungus and riza means root in Greek—a mat of long, thi...

How Do Trees Transport Water from Roots to Leaves?

Travel through a part of the water cycle that we don't often think about: Water's journey from the roots of a Douglas fir, upward through hair-thin fibers within the trunk, reaching the tree's photosynthesizing needle...

How do trees survive winter? – MinuteEarth

Fossil records tell us that about 250 million years ago, there wasn't a tree on Earth that was designed to survive temperatures below freezing. They were all built for life in the tropics where it's always warm, water...

What is the Biggest Organism on Earth?

If the blue whale is the biggest animal on Earth, and a Sequoia redwood tree is the tallest tree, what are the heaviest or most widespread organisms that explorers and scientists have ever found? Minute Earth explains...


 
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