Why Does Mandrake Root Scream?

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Mandrake is the name for members of the plant genus Mandragora, these species belongs to the nightshade family. The Mandrake root is often branched; it gives off at the surface of the ground a rosette of ovate. The legends suggest that when this root is dug out it screams and whoever hears it perishes, the screaming of this tree is attributed the biblical background that this tree has.
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