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Small animals disperse cycad seeds

The large heavy seeds of a species of Australian tree rely upon smaller animals for clumped seed dispersal.

Researchers from the University of Queensland analysed cycad seed dispersal over a three-month period and found that small animals, such as possums, consumed fruit and dispersed seeds.

Read more at The University of Queensland

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