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Attracting InsectsPlay
Nectar chiefly serves as bait for insects, assisting in plant pollination. SlideThe vibrant petals and sweet nectar of the flower work in unison to lure bees.
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Not Human FoodPlay
Although nectar is sweet, it's not produced for human consumption unlike fruit juice. SlideWhile nectar feeds the bees, we can't just pluck a flower and drink from it.
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Nature's ProcessPlay
Nectar is part of a natural cycle, crucial for the production of honey by bees. SlideBees busily moved from bloom to bloom, gathering nectar for their honeycombs.