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Grass Sacrifices Itself for Humans

Grass is way more important than what grows in the front yard. It is breakfast, lunch and dinner: rice, corn, wheat for us as well as food for our cows. As this video explains, grass is the basis for human civilization—despite our ungrateful determination to cut it down. A Nexus Video production for Scientific American.

 

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