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What's a pollinator?
Pollinators are animals that spread pollen between flowers as they forage for nectar.
Lemurs are the world’s largest pollinators!
Why are pollinators important?
Without pollinators, many plants would not be able to make the fruit and vegetables that we eat. One out of every three bites of food we eat is thanks to pollinators!
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