in john steinbeck’s “the turtle,” how does the turtle help the wild oat seeds in the story?

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in john steinbeck’s “the turtle,” how does the turtle help the wild oat seeds in the story?

A.) Its shell covers the seeds with dirt.
B.) It digs a trench with its toe.
C.) It pushes the seeds with its beak.


Answer :

C.) It pushes the seeds with its beak.

The wild oat seeds were stuck to the turtles front legs, so when it was rolled off the road, the seeds fell off and onto the road. The turtle then started moving and while it was doing that it covered the seeds with the ground and thus it planted them