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        Wild Indonesia | A Model of Seed Dispersal: Classroom Resources

        Plants have evolved many different strategies for dispersing their seeds. In this lesson plan, students will learn about one particular method of seed dispersal, through foods that animals eat. Animals that eat fruits can't digest the seeds of the fruit, which pass unharmed through the digestive tract and are deposited on the ground some distance from the original plant. In this activity, students simulate that process and mark the dispersal location on state and local maps.

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