Causes of Disappearing Honeybees
What if foods like blueberries, apples, cantaloupes, and milk ceased to exist completely due to the possible extinction of one type of insect? Fast food developments couldn’t even save us from this disaster because according to the National Resource Defense Council 30% of our diet comes from the pollination done by honeybees (Para3). Pollination is the act of transferring pollen to plants in order to stimulate fertilization and reproduction. There is an extensive variety of pollinators on Earth, but the honeybees are the prime pollinators. In fact, Planbee Organization says that 92% of pollination is exercised by the honeybees (Para6). These creatures are critical for human existence, yet they are dying at an increasing rate as the years progress. If they disappear and humanity does not find a pollinator as efficient as the honey bee, then the aliments they provide will abruptly decrease and prices would rise. There are various reasons why the honey bees are dying, but there are many ways that this phenomenon can be prevented.
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