“I saw that animals were important. I saw that plants were even more important. I was also to learn that… we weren’t important at all except for the damage we do. We do not rule the natural world, despite our conspicuous position in it.”
– Elizabeth Marshall Thomas

Sometimes what you need is a big fun list of new ideas, so this week that’s what we’ve got! We take a gentle diversion into the strange and unique flora of Halûme, complete with mushroom trees, bark that can make talking dogs, and saps used for field triage. Enjoy!


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