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Rhiddhi Prasad Das

Bio: Rhiddhi Prasad Das is an academic researcher. The author has contributed to research in topics: Pollinator & Decomposer. The author has co-authored 1 publications.
Topics: Pollinator, Decomposer, Predation, Ecology, Population

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TL;DR: The role of birds in plant reproduction is discussed in this article , where birds help maintain sustainable population levels of their prey and predator species and, after death, provide food for scavengers and decomposers.
Abstract: Ecological roles of birds. As with other native organisms, birds help maintain sustainable population levels of their prey and predator species and, after death, provide food for scavengers and decomposers. Many birds are important in plant reproduction through their services as pollinators or seed dispersers. If there are no birds left on earth, the food web would be totally disturbed. Moreover, trees would not be able to reproduce and seeds would not be dispersed.