A World Without Bees?

For 5 consecutive years, the populations of bees, butterflies and other plant pollinating insects have continued to decline critically in the UK, in Europe and in the Americas. It is only Japan and less industrialised nations that so far appears to have survived from this quiet, but deadly catastrophe, which threatens the very survival of all living creatures on this planet; because if plants do not get pollinated, they will die out, taking with them all other life, which depends on plants for food, as just one fundamental necessity of life.

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