Joseph Hogan

Tree life after death? Tree community supports those with no leaves
I was recently shared this article. I find it fascinating.

Even after a tree loses it leaves, or is chopped down, some still live:

https://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/HL2102/S00066/the-mysterious-existence-of-a-leafless-kauri-stump-kept-alive-by-its-forest-neighbours.htm

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