News+Politics October 8, 2010
Why The Bees Are Dying

bee.jpgOne of the world's greatest murder mysteries was just solved. No, not the case of the Zodiac killer, the steady die-off of the bee population. Members of a collaborative U.S. Army/University of Montana research team have identified a virus that is potentially responsible for dramatically decreasing honeybee colonies. This is great news for bee-sting survivors, but not so much for the ecosystem.



Learn more about the endangered bee here.

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