Keep the Hives Alive

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What do you think, how important are bees for our ecosystem? Do you know that without bees, we would be at the verge of extinction?

Yes, that is right, those tiny little creatures are some of the most important in our eco system. When you think of bees, you think of honey. And you say, I can live without honey.

But bees are much more important to our lives. Without bees, they would set fewer seeds and would have lower reproductive success. And that will alter the ecosystem. Plants will disappear, animals would lose their prey, and it will impact the natural system and food webs.

This documentary talks about the importance of bees, and why we should keep the hives alive!

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