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They seemed to have solved mystery of why bees were dying off worldwide--have you heard?

Asked by skfinkel (13511points) September 25th, 2008

Bees have been mysteriously dying—now found linked to a pesticide. Check it out!

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deaddolly's avatar

Poor little critters. They serve a purpose, even tho I hate them for sending one of their own on a suicide mission to visit my car front seat, allowing me to crush him and thus have a co-worker pull the stinger from my lily white ass…

Seriously, pesticides are used much to freely. It seems we develop these wonderful things, before we know what damage may occur down the line.

whatthefluther's avatar

@skfinkel…with everything else going on, this latest development had escaped me…thank you very much for sharing it. The significance of the bee obliteration is much greater than the attention it has been getting, in my opinion.

shockvalue's avatar

And here I thought it was all M Night Shyamalan’s fault…

gailcalled's avatar

Susan; I will pass this on to our bee-keeper relatives. (They have seven hives now. And WTF has a very good point, as usual.)

Mtl_zack's avatar

i thought it was because of cell phones. :S

patcat's avatar

in fields surrounding my place i systematically find broken glass, crockery, seashells. believe they are being placed there. any ideas?

augustlan's avatar

I’m glad they figured that one out. Thanks for letting us know!

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