Why Are Bees Endangered?

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Over the last years, the numbers of bees have been decreasing mainly because of man-made problems. Change in climate and agricultural practices such as misuse of pesticides is one of the reasons. Saving the bees is saving our future because without bees, food will be scarce.
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Bees are becoming endangered in the current world. This is because of the presence of pests and disease among them. They are also becoming threatened by habitat loss as well as grazing practices which results to low levels of their food production.
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