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What is a pollinator?

Flowers produce nectar, a sugary liquid, that pollinators eat. Flowers also produce a yellow powder called pollen, which falls onto pollinators when they eat nectar. When pollinators fly to other plants to eat more nectar, they carry the pollen with them and deposit it on the other flowers. This is how pollinators fertilize flowers, which allows plants to reproduce and create the fruit that we eat.

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