Plants entombed under ice in Canada’s far north for centuries have come back to life after exposure to air and sunlight, Canadian researchers have found.
They can tell blue from red, night from day, and a sunny spring afternoon from the autumn gloom. Plants can see, but not quite like you and I do.
In the early hours of July 14, Greenpeace protestors gained illegal entry into an experimental CSIRO operated farm near Canberra and destroyed a crop of genetically modified (GM) wheat.
From hitchhiking anemones to fungus-farming ants, here are eight examples of symbiosis in nature.