Is there any indication that vegetation can “feel” pain?



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    While there is no signs that they can feel pain, scientists point out that plants do act in response to their environment and in fact to quite a bit to thrive and survive, which to some gives them a more human appeal.  Floral biologists recently argued that plants respond to certain stimuli, act opportunistically, listen, and even talk to one another an the environment.  Moreover, they send out distress signals when under attack, and while they can’t move, they defend themselves well.  So while we dont see them in the same light as animals, they do very similar things.

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