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Nature exploration


Our mission is to protect the small ecosystem with proper nutrients. Sharing helpful tips to those who don't know how to start. 



Do you know how to properly care for our Earth's pollinators? On this page, there are multiple different ways to help provide food and sources for our little friends.


We hope to see others share the knowledge provided here with the younger generation. This is the only way to keep our Earth provided for. 

Girl in the Fields

5 main biotic factors 


Animals play a crucial role in pollination, helping plants to reproduce and thrive. Some of the most common pollinators include bees, butterflies, moths, hummingbirds, and bats. Without these animals, many of the fruits, vegetables, and flowers we enjoy would not exist. It's important to protect and support these pollinators to ensure the health of our ecosystems and food supply.


Fungi play a crucial role in pollination, although it is often overlooked. Some species of fungi produce spores that are dispersed by insects, birds, and other animals, which in turn pollinate flowers. Additionally, some fungi form symbiotic relationships with plants, helping them to absorb nutrients and water from the soil, which can lead to more successful pollination.

Bacteria & Protists

Bacteria and protists play a important function in pollination by aiding in the reproduction of plants. These microorganisms help to break down organic matter in the soil, which in turn provides nutrients for plants to grow and produce flowers. The flowers then attract pollinators such as bees and butterflies, which transfer pollen from one plant to another, resulting in fertilization and the production of seeds.


Plants rely on pollination to reproduce and create new generations. Pollination occurs when pollen from the male part of a flower (the stamen) is transferred to the female part (the pistil). This can happen through wind, water, or most commonly, through the help of pollinators. Without pollinators, many plants would not be able to produce fruits and seeds, which are essential for the survival of many animal species, including humans.

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