In science class this week I learned about mushrooms. Mushrooms are fungi and some have developed with amazing adaptations.
The puffball mushroom, when poked, shoots out it’s spores from a hole in order to reproduce.
This Posostroma Cornu-damae is one of the most deadly mushrooms in the world. The poison keeps it from being harmed or eaten by predator.
Omphalotus nidiformis, or ghost mushrooms, glow at night to attract nocturnal bugs to them so they can spread there spores.