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This is what our grocery shelves would look like without bees

from Fast Company

Last winter's so-called Beepocalypse ravaged U.S. bee colonies like nothing that had come before. The country's beekeepers reported that 31.1 percent of their colonies perished in the months spanning last fall through early 2013. The number of bee casualties in that period — twice that considered natural — is in keeping with rising honeybee mortality rates of the last six years. Scarier still, scientists aren't exactly sure as to the cause for the degrading health of bee populations — something that should give you great cause for concern. After all, without bees, you can kiss your favorite fruits and nuts goodbye. Now, if you can manage it, imagine life without apples, mangoes or almonds. more


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