- Botanists have discovered a plant in Brazil that plants its own seeds.
- Rather than count on the wind or animals to distribute its seed, it places them in the ground on its own.
- When all is working properly, the plant actually covers the seed with moss.
- Over the course of generations, the plant and its offspring will be found to be walking from one point to another.
In an attempt to avoid fear, outrage, and panic, the plant has been "christened" with a religious-sounding name: Spigelia Genuflexa.
Posted by Listener 43
Eco-Tourism and Invasive Species