A World Without Bees

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Bees, such small creature. And on first glance, you might think they are not as important to our life. But our world would shatter if there were no bees.

Bees are crucial to the eco-system. They are a huge part of the food chain. One third of our global food supply is pollinated by bees. They keep plants and crops alive.

Without bees, we wouldn’t have much to eat. A world without bees is a world without fruit, vegetables, nuts, and seeds. If the bees do not have anything to eat, we do not have much to eat. It is that simple.

In this short documentary, the World Wildlife Fund reveals what a world without bees would be like. The lack of honey is the least of our problems.

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