Study: Mushrooms became hallucinogenic to keep away insects – UPI.com


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Study: Mushrooms became hallucinogenic to keep away insects
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Scientists hypothesized that magic mushrooms shared these genes in an environment rich with fungus-eating insects — an environment such as animal manure and rotting wood. Psilocybin's brain-altering abilities don't just impact humans, they also
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