No bumblebees out there and songbirds are down to 20% population in Europe. It’s rare silent outside through the structured bee killing. But guess who elected the leaders pushing the neonicotinoids to be allowed. There are crazy people fighting all natural and there are voters who don’t care, together to shape a new silent world.
It is believed that when a human experiences a threat such as toxicity, body functions that aren’t necessary for survival might go on the back burner until the threat is removed. If this is true, then it turns out that bees experience the same problems.
“Queen bees will only lay eggs when the eggs are fully developed,” says Prof. Nigel Raine, holder of the Rebanks Family Chair in Pollinator Conservation.
According to a new University of Guelph study, published in the journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B, neonicotinoid pesticides hinder wild queen bumblebee’s reproductive success.
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