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  • How seeds are created
  • When the pollinator lands on the other flower the pollen that was on their body goes on the sticky stigma. After that the pollen travels down the pistil. 
  • continuing.. How seeds are created
  • Eventually the pollen reaches the ovule and the new seed is created. After the seeds are created, something must move them so they can be planted.
  • Technical Difficulties..please stay by
  • Wait i asked for a break. Pretend there's difficulties *wink wink*
  • This is perfect!
  • How seeds are moved around
  • There's two ways seeds move around. The most frequent way is through wind. When the flower is pushed towards the direction of the wind the seeds land on the ground. Another way is the animals eat the plants then poop them out in the ground.
  • What is happening to pollinators and how this affects the plants/humans
  • Recent studies show that bees are dying off but it is estimated that all of the plants the bees are pollinating are worth over 200 billion each year. Without these bees plants will die out and our food supply will be gone 
  • Oh here comes another pollinator. Well anyways thanks for joining me throughout my journey. Make sure you stay tuned for more information. Bzzz! 
  • The End
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