One day, they stoped the bee beehive when she was gonna enter, saying to him: -Partner: is necessary that you work,because all the bees should work. The bee responded: -I’m flying the whole day, and i get tired a lot. - Its not just that you get tired a lot-answering- just that you work a little bit more. Is the first warning that we make to you. SoLa abeja haragana Once upon a time in a beehive a bee that did not want to work.
How global warming started is an issue that may or may not be preventative. This is affecting the world in so many ways and is another cause of the disappearance of honey bees all around the world. Due to the climate increase bees have failed to migrate to cooler areas resulting in bee territories shrinking by nearly two hundred miles in Europe and North America. Having this drastic loss of active bees will kill the crops that were in the areas that were failed to migrate to. According to Rader, climate change affects pollinator-dependent crop production Since seventy-five percent of the leading global food crops are produced from insect pollinator there will be a huge food shortage overtime.
Colonies of honeybees have been disappearing at an alarming rate around the world due to parasites, viral and bacterial diseases, and the introduction of pesticides and herbicides. Over the past six years, on average, 30 percent of all the honey bee colonies in the U.S. died off over the winter of 2012(NPR/TED). If this trend continues to spiral downward, honey bees will disappear from the world. We must understand the importance of the Honey bee and change our environmental practices in order to sustain this vital insect. Just how important are honey bees to the ecosystem?
Honey Bee Population Decline Daisy Childs 11-20-14 Professor Garcia ENG 1027 INTRODUCTION: Apis mellifera, commonly known as the honey bee, are solely responsible for pollinating one-third of the world’s crops, and they are in danger of dying off, according to the article “Natures Dying Migrant Worker,” written by Josephine Marcotty for the Star Tribune. This honey bee population decline poses a huge threat to our environment, farmers, and economy. It is assumed by BBC News writer Zoe Gough in her article,"Wild Honey Bees: Does Their Disappearance Matter?" that all of the wild honey bees in England and Wales are gone. The worldwide eradication of honey bees may not be too far away.
The distinction of these bees has been a rising issue that is getting attention from farmers, bee keepers, and large corporations investing in farms. Honey bees are a very important factor to nature, planting and the growing produce. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, these under-appreciated workers pollinate 80 percent of our flowering crops, which create one third of everything we eat. The honey bee’s extinction has a chain effect on all of our lives. One in every three bites of food depends on bees for pollination, and the annual value of pollination services worldwide are estimated at over $125 billion (Judge).
They grow a pair of wings right after birth, fly up in the air and die. Both ants and bees are extremely eusocial organisms. INTERESTING ANT FACTS: A specific species of ants found in Central America and South America – M. smithii is exclusively an all-female species. The queen ant reproduces asexually and all the new ants are clones of the
Come on lets go! Me and my brother were racing therew the forest to see who can find a bee hive. ''I found one my brother yelled ''. I gasped when i saw the hive.It It was the biggest bee hive the two of us could find .Mmm i could smell the honey so nice and sweet .BZZZZZ, BZZZZZBZZZZ , all we heard for a while was the pleasnt sound of bee of bees buzzing.Josh my brother was trying to juggle, when all of a sudden one rockhit the bee hive. And all of worker bees came out and tried to sting us, twelve bees got me and 11 got Josh.We both got knocked out bad, Josh mustive woken up before me because he woke me up.
The Effect Bees Have On Us What would happen if the world’s leading pollinator was to go extinct? All around the world are small little insects that help people by pollinating food and the environment they are in. Most people take them for granted but if continued they will no longer be around. Many farmers we will suffer drastically because they pollinate about 15 to 20% of consumer foods that they produce for a living. Bees are on the endangered list and are dying quickly and if we do not do anything to try and stop it agriculture would suffer drastically.
The disappearing bees left billions of dollars of crops at risk and it threatened our food supply. So today I will be talking about The honey bee and answering the following questions: First,what is the honey bees purpose in life, secondly how we are harming them and thirdly how the honey bees help us in our daily lives and their importance. First, lets look at the honey bee and it’s purpose in life. There are many different
They are also used as livestock in order to produce honey and waxes, use for health therapy, and pollination. Especially, pollination human depends about 80% of agricultural crops including almonds, apples, and onions on honey bees. However, honey bee population started to have decreasing trend since 1947, and now it became a serious problem because one-third of honey bees were died in 2012 and scientists estimate more honey bees are going to die more as the time goes by. There are many reasons affect the death of the honey bees, which are temperature maintaining problem and honey bee disease, a colony collapse