http://www.cbc.ca/news/technology/story/2012/03/21/science-preview-smarty-plants-nature-of-things.html

This article that I found on cbc.ca, talks about the way that plants act like animals. Plants as explained by the director of the show “Smarty Plants”, which airs on CBC-TV‘s  The Nature Of Things are incredibly vital and responsive organisms. Most people when asked, even scientists, say that plants are in no way like animals. They just couldn’t believe that those inanimate objects could actually think. The truth is that plants can actually make descisions, and react when under attack. The film used stop-motion photography to speed up the slow and subtle movements, and other various types of filming, and animation technologies, like special nightvision cameras with special “probe lens” that  film the movements of plants inside dark and deep caves, which is about the length of a grown womans arm! This article provides very good information to people who do not believe in this area of plant life, and left me and scientists with many questions. I now believe.
This article is sure to open a whole new field of research for scientists, and create lots of exitement in the process.
If you do not believe me about the following things “Vampire” plants, plants can make descisions, plants can hunt for food, plants can react when being attacked by calling out for help, and plants can care and nurture their young
just watch this video in the article^^^
IT IS NUTZ!!

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Guided by researchers such as Suzanne Simard, a plant scientist at the University of British Columbia, (shown with grad student Marcus Bingham) Buffie filmed plants in environments such as the rainforests of B.C. (CBC/Merit Motion Pictures)

“Vampire” like plant that hunts and sniffs out other plants to latch onto and suck out all their well needed nutrents.
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