What Do Flowers Do?

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Flowers attract pollinators such as bees, birds and butterflies, in order to facilitate the transport of pollen for fertilization. Flowers attract this pollinator through the bright colors, sweet smell and the nectar they produce. Once the pollination process is completed, the plants are able to produce seed that can enable reproduction of plants.
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