How Are Poppy Seeds Dispersed?

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Poppy seeds are dispersed by the wind. As the petals die and expose the seeds, they are lifted by the wind. Poppy seeds have small wings on them so they are lifted quite a long way which makes it easier for the wind to disperse them.
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