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The champignons of communication: Naming the language of mushrooms

Scientists found that electrical impulses sent by mushrooms have “patterns that bear striking structural similarity to human speech.” Basically, these fungi are talking to each other. No, you are not hallucinating PopNamers. Researchers believe that the ‘shrooms are are having sparkling conversations with each other about food and injuries. Not that different from most humans if you ask us.  While there is mush room for people to deliberate whether “shroomish” should be interpreted as a language, there is no denying the endless fun in trying to name the language.

 

Time to hop off those toadstools PopNamers! What should we name the language of mushrooms?

 

Mushrooms

 

 

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