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Cricket Pollinates Orchid

Cricket Pollinates Orchid
Crickets are usually known for destroying plants, so researchers were stunned to see one give an orchid a helping hand. A short video, released today, proves for the first time that crickets can pollinate flowers.


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Posted by nova on January 20, 2010
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