One of the world’s biggest living things is a mushroom.
There’s a giant network of honey mushrooms spread across 2,200 acres of Oregon that’s more than 1,500 years old, and it strangles trees from underground by cutting off their nutrient and water supply. Scientists call it ‘The Humongous Fungus.’
I can see why it has the nickname that it does. If you want to see and read more about this rascal, here is a good link.
Coffee in the kitchen again today!