Have you ever wondered how there are plants everywhere you go? We know that plants cannot get up and move, so how do they do it?
The act of seeds leaving the parent plant is called seed dispersal. There are four different types of seed dispersal: wind, water, hitchhiker, and fleshy fruit. These dispersal methods are used to help transport seeds to different locations.
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