2013-07-29 01:03 #0 av: DivinA

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"Though it would seem like removing one pollinator would allow others to expand their territory and pollinate the plants, a study has shown this might not be the case. Plants suffered a 30% drop in seed production when one type of pollinator was missing. The study demonstrates the value of biodiversity in the wild.

More info: http://bit.ly/175x7To

Photo via: Jon Sullivan"