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some insects are highly dependable on the nectar for their survival for example,
honeybee feed nectar as they are capable of digesting it and also nectar provides them a liquid called royal jelly which is responsible for reproducing and it is unique in queen bee

i think the nature has been decided to attract the insects to feed on nectar there by facilitating pollination . nectar being in liquid form it is easy for them to digest

no nectar no pollination , no pollination no reproduction , no reproduction no food , no food no life for us

hence insects play a vital role and it is must that they should feed on the nectar
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