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Why does an insect want to visit a flower?

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August 24, 2017 10:33AM

Usually, the insect visits a flower to get the nectar, which is rich in sugars. Bees visit for the nectar and the pollen.
To collect the nectar they produce. The pollen the flower has is attached to the body of the insect and as they go from flower to flower its causes pollination.