• Researchers in Australia have found the world’s largest plant beneath the waters off Western Australia.
  • The plant had spent 4500 cloning itself and measures an area three times larger than Manhattan.
  • “It’s quite bizarre when you think about it, there’s this plant in one end of the bay and then you move 100 kilometers down to the other end and it’s the same plant” said Elizabeth Sinclair, a senior research fellow at the University of Western Australia.


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