What is the difference between fruit spread by the wind and fruit spread by animals?

Fruits spread by the wind, as a rule, are distinguished by their volatile properties: maple lionfish, “parachutes” of dandelion fruits, feather grass with long hairs.

The fruits distributed by animals, in turn, are distinguished by their tenacity or taste. Tenacity is necessary to easily stick to animal hair (burdock, string, alfalfa, gravilat), and taste so that the fruit is eaten, and the seed, along with feces, germinates in a new habitat (bone, raspberry, cherry, mountain ash).

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