There are several ways that plants can become pollinated without the help of bees. Plants can also be pollinated by birds and butterflies, depending on the species. Many plants are also pollinated by the wind, including pine and grass. Large amounts of pollen are produced by the plant, and this pollen is subsequently picked up by the wind and carried to a female plant.
Yes, they definitely can. In addition to the other methods of pollination listed by catch22, other animals can also pollinate plants. For example, the most significant pollinator of wild bananas are bats.
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