Story about the park ranger Peter Wohlleben’s book on the social life of trees

Researcher Paulo Tavares presents the idea “Design Beyond the Human”, based on the knowledge of Amazonian peoples and also on contemporary science, which shows that the limits that separate humans from other beings are much more porous and unstable. Among the examples cited is the cognitive ability of animals, as shown in the article by journalist Sally Mcgrane for the North-American newspaper The New York Times about the book by the park ranger Peter Wohlleben.

In The Hidden Life of Trees: What They Feel, How They Communicate – Discoveries From a Secret World, Wohlleben presents scientific research and his own observations to defend that the trees in a forest are considered social beings. Read here.

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