Thor Hanson

conservation biologist, and author “Buzz: The Nature and Necessity of Bees”

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Most food relies on bees -- fruit, vegetables, nuts, and plants that animals eat. They’re all pollinated by the hard-working bee. But bees are dying, and their hives are disappearing.

Honey is just bee vomit -- and other fun facts about bees

Most food relies on bees -- fruit, vegetables, nuts, and plants that animals eat. They’re all pollinated by the hard-working bee. But bees are dying, and their hives are disappearing.

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