Into the Forest: The Secret Language of Trees

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In this provocative and handsomely illustrated book, National Geographic shares 72 surprising stories that reveal the astonishing intelligence of trees, from their role in the global weather cycle and rebirth in the wake of fires to their lifesaving communication systems and remarkable healing properties.
For millennia, trees have offered renewal and inspiration.

They have provided for humanity on every level, from spiritual sanctuary to the raw material for our homes, books, and food. In this beautiful and revealing book, National Geographic combines legendary photography with cutting-edge science to illuminate exactly how trees influence the life of planet Earth-from our personal lives to the weather cycle. Beautifully illustrated essays tell the stories of the world's most remarkable trees, from Tane Mahura in New Zealand, the ancient Maori "lord of the forest," to Pando, a single aspen spreading over 100 acres: Earth's largest living thing. You'll also discover how an astronaut carried tree seeds to the moon and back; the reason "microdosing" on tree gas is a sure way to boost your immune system; and why playing in the dirt boosts serotonin, happiness hormone.

For nature and science enthusiasts, as well as photography lovers, Into the Forest is a beautiful and edifying gift to give or cherish.
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Weight 0.000000
Author Hitchcock, Susan Tyler
Availability IP
Department Art and Architecture
Format Hardback
ISBN 9781426218903
Pages 352
Published 05/04/2022
Publisher National Geographic Books
Section Photography
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