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    Disappearing bees

    For the past six years colony collapse disorder has been killing thousands of bees leaving a huge dent in the population. Some research studies are pointing to an insecticide containing neonicitides as the main reason for colony collapse disorder. Others say the insecticide doesn't effect the bees as badly as some think and the study wasn't conclusive.

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