Do flowers get irritated by bees, wasps, snails etc?
- j153eLv 74 months agoFavorite Answer
Bees make flowers sweeter.
- InLv 73 months ago
Flowers love sticking their business in the air to openly invite guests to hop on and have their way (oh, pollinate me baby!). They even tart themselves up with bright colors and nice smells.
- peter mLv 64 months ago
Does an advanced, worried 16 year old Greta Thunberg get irritated by older unworried visitors ?
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Unusually its normally the other-way-around, with nearly all category contributors answering
many more questions than asking them.
Also refer to Sara's answer & explanation.
- 4 months ago
No flowers don’t have feelings.
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- 4 months ago
Flowers don't have a consciousness but science has yet to solve consciousness. I remember asking my grade 4 teacher if flowers and plants are alive and he said no because they don't have a brain.
It seems that an interface that is needed to live in this physical realm is needed to survive. That interface would be the brain
- Anonymous4 months ago
they do not have nerves. They cannot be irritated.
- daniel gLv 74 months ago
Scientists really should come up with a name for such negative intelligence, I see it becoming epidemic.
- Donnie PorkoLv 74 months ago
No. Flowers don’t have nerves so they can’t feel anything.