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The Bees Have Disappeared and the Flowers Are Really Upset

The enemy had been silent — and deadly

bee sucking pollen from white flower
Photo by Klaus Kreuer on Unsplash

“Thirty years ago, there were nearly 4 million bee colonies in the U.S. Today, fewer than 2.5 million remain, thanks to a reddish-brown parasite so tiny it could stand on the head of a pin, and to a malady so new no one is sure of its origin.” — Hannah




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