How Moss Saved Lives During WWI, India's Vanishing Stepwells, The Caterpillar That Eats Plastic and More
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The same extraordinary properties that make this plant an “ecosystem engineer” also helped save human lives
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Unlikely savior: The remarkable properties of spaghnum moss help preserve long-dead bodies, sequester carbon and even heal wounds. (4kodiak / iStock)
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