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(Phys Org2)   Bored scientist takes his lockdown time to study how dinosaurs spread plant seeds. How, you may ask? The Power Of Optimal Pondering   (phys.org) divider line
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2021-01-06 8:59:59 AM  
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2021-01-06 9:05:55 AM  
Ummmmm....the same way birds do?

Eat things, shiat them out, things grow
 
2021-01-06 6:27:18 PM  
Used to subscribe to "Science News," and used to read articles to the G/F between bites at dinner. One article they had was about researchers looking into The Three Wattled Bell bird.

Effectively, they had grad students running through the jungle watching what a 3wbb ate, and then chasing them to see where they pooped. And that was where it got started. The seeding part ensued. And then they had to descibe the mating habits of 3wbb's and that when we both fell off the branch.

Look up Three Wattled Bellbirds... Don't have to write about how hilarious they are. You'll find out.
 
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