1.Answer the following questions:
Pollan imagines a naturalist viewing the supermarket:
If you do manage to regard the supermarket through the eyes of a naturalist, your first impression is apt to be of its astounding biodiversity. Look how many different plants and animals (and fungi) are represented on this single acre of land! What forest or prairie could hope to match it? (16)
What is Pollan’s main point in this section, and how does it relate to the overall chapter? What else would you like to know about this topic?
2.Also post a paragraph response to one of the other postings (After you finish the first part I will give it to you)