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Bees, other pollinators may be declining
Oct 21, 2006 in
Bees and other important pollinators such as birds and bats may be on the decline in the United States, putting crops and other plants at risk.
Research has suggested that pollinators are already in short supply in many parts of the world, and this could spell trouble for farmers and ecosystems alike
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