How Do Bees Pollinate Flowers?

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Pollination takes place when pollen lands on the stigma of a plant. Bees usually move around visiting flower after flower with nectar. In the process, bees trap pollen on their body and drop it on the stigma of another flower.
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Bees pollinate without even knowing they are doing it. As a bee moves from flower to flower gathering nectar they carry pollen from one flower to another causing pollenation.
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