To save bees we must change the relationship we have with them

To save bees we must change the relationship we have with them

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Not only is it super interesting to observe this process, but also in his research he was able to observe some parasites that suck bees in the larvae stage and is one of the reasons why the number of bee communities have been affected.

Below is the TED talk of this man where he explains how they are identifying queen bees resistant to this parasite, artificially inseminating them and mixing them in the hives although in this way these bees lose the ability to reproduce and produce honey.

It is very complicated and it is very wonderful how nature continues to teach us that things were fine from the beginning.

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  1. Tushura

    Well, so-so...

  2. Lenard

    It can be discussed endlessly

  3. Kentrell

    Understandably, thank you for an explanation.

  4. Torran

    I apologize that I interfere, but I propose to go a different way.

  5. Milkis

    It is very a pity to me, that I can help nothing to you. But it is assured, that you will find the correct decision. Do not despair.

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