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?Why bees?

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B Dsr

on 7 April 2014

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Transcript of ?Why bees?

Bee and Honey Bee Product
Healthy Life
Other Animal Species are Connected with Bees
Bees as a part of ECOSYSTEM

Factors which is effecting human health have proliferated in recent years.
Why bees?
Usually a honeybee can visit between 50-1000 flowers in one trip, which takes between 30 minutes to four hours.
Support local beekeepers
Stop using insecticides, pesticides
Promote ecological farming with bees
Increase biodiversity in agriculture
Conserve and protect biodiversity
-Tropical Forests -Savanna Woodlands
-Mangrove -Temperate Deciduous Forest
The main role of bees in the different ecosystems is their pollination work.
Without bees there would be no flowering plants, and without flowering plants there would be no bees. Without bees biodiversity would not be so great.

Can we fulfill bee
When enough bees are present in a forest, they provide a better pollination that leads to improved regeneration of trees and conservation of the forest’s biodiversity.
Either because they eat the brood or honey, pollen or wax, or simply because they live within the bees nest.
Save bees;

No more bees, no more pollination,
no more plants, no more animals,
no more man
Bees and Trees Belong Together

Children=Our Future

Interact with "Children!" to explain "Why Bees" at "Apiaries" and encourage them for "Beekeeping".

Let's BEE Where the Continents Meet
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