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Why Do Plants And Trees Grow Fruits?

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Old 06-22-2009, 11:17 PM
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Default Why Do Plants And Trees Grow Fruits?



I know this seems like a stupid question but -

Why do plants and trees grow fruits?

I mean - I understand that they drop to the floor, rot and then the seed drops to the floor, but I was always told fruits were made to taste so nice so animals would eat the fruit and then excrete them outsomewere else?

But does this mean that tree's and plants can sence the world around them and that their are animals to eat the fruits etc?

I know it seems stupid but I was just wondering .
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