epizoochory

(from the article `seed and fruit`) ...animals eat the fruit for its water content and bury their own dung, which contains the seeds, near their burrows. Furry terrestrial mammals are ...
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epizoochory

epizoochore, epizoochory, epizoochorous 1. Dispersed by attachment to the surface of animals of visid (sticky), barbed, or hooked seeds or fruits. 2. Any spore, seed, or organism that is dispersed by being carried upon the body of an animal.
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