Flora and Fauna | Environment | Science

The Buzz On Bees: Why Many Colonies Are Collapsing

NPR | April 2, 2013 11:57 a.m.

Bees have been dying off in increasing numbers over the past few years. Experts say that habitat loss and disease are the biggest culprits, and some believe that pesticides are to blame. NPR science correspondent Dan Charles explains the possible causes and what is being done to stop this trend.

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