Test: 3rd Grade Science

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Pollinators prefer plants that have strong smells and brightly colored flower petals when they are selecting a place to collect nectar like the one pictured below. How does this variation in appearance give them an advantage in reproducing?

Forget Me Not, Hoverfly, Fly, Bloom

Attracting fewer pollinators gives the plant a higher chance of spreading pollen.

There is no advantage in reproduction because of flower color or smell.

Attracting more pollinators gives the plant a lesser chance of spreading pollen.

Attracting more pollinators gives the plant a higher chance of spreading pollen.

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