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Cassowary Dung's Seedy, Smelly Secrets
For a lesson in how forests get planted, follow your nose. The dung of cassowaries—huge, flightless birds in New Guinea and Australia—is full of undigested seeds the birds transport to new places, planting trees wherever they go.