"HONEY BEES BECOME EXTINCT IN A FEW YEARS"

@UPLANA (3159)
India
October 14, 2006 11:25am CST
I was watching a news report on how bees will become extinct in a few years because we genetically altered the male bees not to impregnate the female bees so they don't reproduce and the pesticides are not helping either. Some are talking about cloning them...what do you think is the solution?
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@UPPISAN (68)
• India
29 Oct 06
I HAD NO IDEA ABOUT SUCH REPORT!
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@UPLANA (3159)
• India
19 Nov 06
o.k.!!!
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@alena824 (376)
• Philippines
27 Oct 06
In that case I am proud to know of a Filipino who has made it his and his family's advocacy to propagate bees. As a matter of fact, they have developed all sorts of by-products from honey, propolis, beeswax and they've made a comfortable life for them in a country hide-away. I myself patronize their products and have found them very effective. So I know for sure through their efforts, bees are not on the way to extinction here in the Philippines.
@UPLANA (3159)
• India
19 Nov 06
a good answer!!!
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@MrsFrizzle (1964)
• United States
24 Oct 06
Wow, I have no real solution but I heard this was going to happen to frogs also. Because they ozone and the sunlight is hurting them.. I do not have the scientific reasons.
@UPLANA (3159)
• India
19 Nov 06
u r right & thx for response!
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• India
19 Nov 06
yrs.i think u r right!