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  • Yes, it is crucial we save the bees

    It is crucial we save bees. According to research, bees play important roles in the environment. Bees are pollinators. They transfer pollen and seeds from one flower to another. Without bees to transfer pollen and seeds, we can expect to see a decrease in our plants and crops. This cold wreak havoc on our planet.

  • We need the bees!

    Pollination is a crucial step to the life cycle of plants. Without this step, plants would not reproduce and survive, meaning that we as humans could not survive. The entire life cycle centers around plants, as humans and animals alike require them for nutrition. Without the bees, we are sure to be doomed.

  • Yes it is.

    Without bees, flowers won't get politated. With out polinated flowers, fruit and vegetables won't grow. Without fruit and vegetables there will not be enough to eat. It's pretty simple, bees are dying at an alarming rate, and we will run out of things to eat very soon if the bees are not protected.

  • Yes it is

    I know there's a growing movement geared towards rejecting facts and science, but here's the deal: some species of bees have been added to the endangered species list in the US. Bees are pollinators. Native pollinators provide essential pollination to US agriculture, to the tune of about $9 million annually. Without bees, about 30% of crops and 90% of wild plants could fail. This is a problem.

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