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What's the situation of bees around the world?

They're disappearing in unprecedented numbers. Yet, a few countries have managed to protect them. Here is the situation of bees around the world. 🐝

10/02/2019 10:21 AMupdated: 10/02/2019 12:23 PM
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  • Sergiu T.
    10/02/2019 10:26

    Less pesticides, more bees, simple as that.

  • Bobbet M.
    10/02/2019 10:35

    Tiny as insects In the wilderness as colony they live with flower, trees nectar pollination lives on😇💖🏞🏝🌻🌼🏵🌺🐝

  • Dany T.
    10/02/2019 14:30

    Organic is the way to go. But too difficult they say

  • Diane G.
    10/02/2019 15:43

    Something needs to be done......

  • Sally P.
    10/02/2019 16:59

    Glad to hear of the good news about bees though

  • Paul P.
    10/02/2019 17:04

    How awesome that Cuba through default had to and has successfully boomed with organics

  • چودھری م.
    10/02/2019 17:16

    💔

  • Mark A.
    10/02/2019 18:57

    We are destroying our home and every other living thing on it.

  • Brian G.
    10/02/2019 19:38

    Stop using whatever's killing them or you'll be out there pollinating flowers by hands

  • Paul A.
    10/02/2019 21:05

    If the human race died off overnight the rest of the inhabitants on the planet would breath a sigh of relief. Pets aside, we would not be missed.

  • Ariel Z.
    10/03/2019 03:51

    Terrifying. Nature seems to be telling us a hard No.

  • Pollenize C.
    10/03/2019 14:02

    We're trying to fight pollinator decline! Help our cause crowdfunder.co.uk/projectpollenize

  • Maggie M.
    10/03/2019 14:39

    Cuba and Słowenia lead there way we all should follow <3

  • Lyn S.
    10/06/2019 08:15

    Stop spraying!

  • Luis R.
    10/06/2019 16:50

    want to know

  • Liane R.
    10/06/2019 17:24

    No poison and more wild bees!

  • Mario L.
    10/06/2019 17:55

    Si las arvejas desaparecen, también la especie humana

  • Madalynn P.
    10/06/2019 22:50

    Get rid of monsanto

  • Carmen M.
    10/07/2019 01:49

    Que hermosas son, son muy útiles, y no deben desaparecer, yo creo que las tienen retenida en apiario privados, y la contaminación ambiental también...hay que rescatarlas y no matarlas, antes se veían en los cafés y ahora ni una sola...….

  • Felician M.
    10/07/2019 14:01

    YEAH, LOSS OF HABITAT WHERE THEY GET THEIR FOOD, CHEMICALS USED TO KILL PESTS AND OTHER ACTIVITIES OF MAN ARE RESPONSIBLE. TOO BAD.