Michael Pollan and 'The Botany of Desire' In the first of a two-part series, NPR's Ketzel Levine reports on author Michael Pollan. His new book, The Botany of Desire, suggests that plants have evolved to be attractive to humans.
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Michael Pollan and 'The Botany of Desire'

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Michael Pollan and 'The Botany of Desire'

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In the first of a two-part series, NPR's Ketzel Levine reports on author Michael Pollan. His new book, The Botany of Desire, suggests that plants have evolved to be attractive to humans.

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