The Biggest Organism on Planet Earth is a Fungus

The delightful and bite-size but they have a comparative out west that occupies some 2,384 acres (965 hectares) of earth in Oregon’s Blue Mountain. Put another way, this humongous fungus would cover 1,665 football fields, or nearly four tetragon miles (10 square kilometers) of grass fungus that is expected to be 2,400 years old but could be as primeval as 8,650 years.
The airborne spore-producing portion of many type of fungus is referred to as “mushrooms”. These mushrooms occupy the most largest organism that break the record in history & opens new avenues for research in Microbiology.

Posted by Kaitlynn Daniel (Source: Scientific American)

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