Why do we say that plants have feelings?

Plants have feelings, its true
Plants may not be able to think, but they can feel. They react to light and gravity, and researchers have discovered that even primitive green algae can sense changes in light direction and intensity. If you keep a plant indoors, you will notice that it will always grow towards a source of light. Plants also respond to touch and sound. The leaves of some plants will droop or shut when they are touched, and it has been observed that plants grow better and faster if one talks to them, or if music is played for them. The great Indian scientist, Dr. Jagadish Chandra Bose invented an instrument that have used to prove that plants have feelings too. However, there is still a lot of confusion as to whether plants can actually feel pain like animals do, or have emotions like you and me.

Author Note on this :

 I was writing this post because I was very sad,  my neighbors who were Doctors have cut all the Coconut trees in their backyard. I have quarreled with them for an hour not to cut the tree, since I don't have any option  I was just watching helplessly.

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