Some plants disperse their seeds via a process called zoochory, meaning they've evolved various ways to hitch rides with animals.
Just as animals are often driven to great lengths, to propagate their species, plants too are driven to reproduce.
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The third kingdom contains all organisms whose cells have a nucleus, including plants, animals, algae, and even fungi. So evolutionarily speaking, humans and fungi are cousins.