Photo: Mushrooms growing a few weeks

Scientist have grown oyster mushrooms on his new book, and then ate those mushrooms. In such an unusual way he adverted his scientific work.

The biologist Merlin Sheldrake from Cambridge University, decided to advertise his new book called a Complicated life: how mushrooms create our world, change our minds and shape our future. The scientist raised his book mushrooms and then ate them, writes Odditycentral.

Your choice Sheldrake stopped by the oyster mushrooms. They grew up between the pages of a work in a few weeks.

The biologist cut the mushrooms, cooked and ate it.

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