Who says only humans appreciate art? The art of music has come a long way, and not only for humans. Enjoy some interesting facts and don’t miss out on the videos! Thanks to Animalista Untamed for this inspiring blog post.
“The elephant has worked for humans for too long. It was used in wars, it was used to deforest its own home. What is the little thing I can do as a human to say sorry, for my species for what we have done to them?”
says Paul Barton, the man who dragged a piano up a mountain to play for aging injured elephants.
Remember Prince Charles talking to his plants to make them grow better? You probably don’t. It was thirty years ago after all. At the time he took quite a pasting in the press. But studies prove that plants do indeed seem to ‘like’ or ‘dislike’ different sounds. Clearly HRH’s plants’ taste in voices is different from mine!
Then someone discovered that plants also like music, Mozart proving top favourite on the plant-playlist. The Japanese went into this big. They found that ‘Mozart bananas’ and ‘Mozart tomatoes’…
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Thanks Alexandra! x