No bees, no hu­mans

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - Your -

RE: Bee­keeper flies to the res­cue of bees, ET, May 29.

I don’t know how long the ex­perts give us but if bees were to be­come ex­tinct then, it would have a dev­as­tat­ing ef­fect on hu­mans. Bees are re­spon­si­ble for pol­li­nat­ing plants which are, ob­vi­ously, an im­por­tant food source both to hu­mans and an­i­mals. There­fore, if they are no longer around, plants will not flour­ish, thus the plant food source will die out which will leave no feed for an­i­mals and thus no food for us.

goodLIFE

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