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In quake-hit Puerto Rico even the bees are fleeing their homes

Reuters Wednesday, 15 January 2020
Puerto Rican bees are abandoning hives as weeks of earthquakes disrupt colonies, experts said, raising concerns that a subspecies seen as a possible solution to the global bee crisis could take another hit after being decimated by hurricanes in 2017.
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Puerto Rican bees are abandoning hives as weeks of earthquakes disrupt colonies, experts said. Jonah Green reports.

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