Seed Dispersal

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This image shows a bur tree with its seeds gripping onto the animal's fur. Illustrated by Tina F.
This image shows a bur tree with its seeds gripping onto the animal's fur. Illustrated by Tina F.
Seed dispersal is when a seed moves from place to place. Seeds can be moved by a bird feather or an animals' fur or wind or the ocean current. Another example is when a wolf or an animal runs, it touches a plant. The plant has seeds, and then the animal touches it. The seed sticks on the fur, and then the animal runs. Then the seeds drop everywhere. The plants grow for consumers.

(Justin C1 May 14, 2008)

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