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A flower is pollinated when a bee drinks it's nectar. The bee will have pollen (a dust like substance) trapped on the hairs of it's legs from other flowers. Pollen from the flower gets trapped on the bee, and pollen trapped on the bee's legs get in the flower. This is how a flower is pollinated.

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