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Mycelium fungi (my-see-lee-yum) radiating from an oyster mushroom. These extraordinary filaments form part of a larger organism, of which the mushrooms we see and eat are only the topmost, visible part. Critically, scientists have learned that they form a natural "world wide web" that can stretch for miles under our feet, allowing trees and plants to share food, water, and communicate about things like pest infection and seed dispersal.

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