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  • PlantsAreCoolToo 5 years ago

    Spanish subtitles now added! Alert your amigos. ?

  • Matthew Herron 5 years ago

    Great job, Chris! It was great getting the behind the scenes story with you
    in Birmingham!?

  • Abink 5 years ago

    if you need any unpaid interns i volunteer! (glock & speedo not included)?

  • MrItsalie 5 years ago

    I love this show! It always brightens my day :)?

  • Jessica Delph 5 years ago

    Oh my goodness! My new favorite online show!!!?

  • Eve Emshwiller 5 years ago

    Another great episode of “Plants are Cool Too”! It includes finding a new
    species on camera.?

  • Science and Plants for Schools 5 years ago

    New from our friends at Plants are Cool, too!?

  • Nicholas McGill 5 years ago

    good idea, when you find a new species, rip it up for the photo op!?

  • Citlali Cort 5 years ago

    Hi there. Wonderful work on the “Ay Chihuahua!” video. I shared it with
    other plant ecologists/botanists in MX and the SW and someone brought up an
    important point… While the Chihuahuan Desert may be the largest
    southernmost desert in North America, it is not the southernmost (unless
    you consider Tehuac

  • Mary Ann Lawler 5 years ago

    Fascinating…..I was curious about what pollinates those plants.?

  • PlantsAreCoolToo 5 years ago

    Finally! Episode 5 has gone live! Searching for new species on gypsum
    deposits in the Chihuahuan Desert with Mike Moore (Oberlin) and his team.?