Honeybee Dissapearance

BumblebeemanIn Wales thousands of bees have gone missing and experts do not know why.  Simon Wilks, a beekeeper from London, said: "They just dissapeared; there was no sign of disease or any problems with their hives."
 
Some scientists say that one in every four bee colonies in Wales have had a drop in numbers.  In Germany, keepers think honeybees could die out if the problem is not investigated.
 
My critical question is should we be concerned about the dissapearance of honeybees or should we leave it alone?
 
Here’s what I think:
 
 
Leave a comment, share your thinking and join me again soon on the Blurb.
 
Melvin the Chicken Hunter
 
Image retrieved from BBC newsround on April 17, 2007.
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2 Responses to Honeybee Dissapearance

  1. violet says:

    Could the shift or reversal of magnetic fields have something to do with the bees innate navigating system causing their disorientation

  2. THE JOKER says:

    I don’t think we should care about the bee’s. they always tried to sting me so I don’t care about them

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