Written by Manorama
Amazing World of Plants (Tell Me Why #110)
English | November 2015 | PDF | 98 pages | 16.6 mb
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'Poor plants, they cannot even walk', people generally say.
But are plants really so 'poor' and helpless? Definitely not. Many plants are blessed with survival skills that surpass those of even the cleverest of animals.
For instance, there are plants that are adept at hunting, and others that have ingenious ways to defend themselves.The pitcher plant is a well-known plant that hunts insects by trapping them in its leaves.
Look at the all-too-familiar, 'touch-me-not'. Touch it, and the plant droops, and withdraws like a shy child. In fact, it is cleverly defending itself by playing dead! There are plants that are good at camouflage and adaptation too, like living stones and baobabs.
This issue of Tell Me Why will give you an insight into the fantastic world of plant wonders.
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