The Most Important Living Being on Earth

BEES ... Here's Why!

July 29, 2019

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According to the Earthwatch Institute, BEES have been declared the most important living beings on this planet. Many wildlife experts and scientist consider BEES to be on the long list of endangered species. In the past few years, 90% of the BEE population has disappeared ... making them Extremely Endangered! The uncontrolled use of pesticides, deforestation and lack of flowers are the main reasons of their extinction. 

Here's why BEES ARE THE MOST IMPORTANT being on Earth:

  • 70 % of the world’s agriculture depends exclusively on BEES
  • Pollunation of Plants for reproduction happens thanks to BEES
  • BEES are the only living beings who do not carry any type of pathogen
    (a bacterium, virus, or other microorganism that can cause disease)
  • BEES are crucial to have around for Earth's ecosystems

How to help the BEES thrive and keep Earth's ecosystems in working order:

  • Stop using Deadly Pesticides
  • Promote Natural Agricultural alternatives
  • Monitorize BEES Health & Welfare

Many celebrities are showing BIG LOVE FOR BEES! Actor Morgan Freeman transformed 124 acres of land in Mississippi into a BEE SANCTUARY to help protect the species.

Helping to protect BEES in Central Texas is a great 1THING to do. Here are a few ways to do it

  • Save the BEES / Adopt a Hive  / Proper removal if a BEE hive ends up somewhere unwanted on your property
  • Texas BEEworks based in Austin, Texas with a mission to preserve, protect, and increase honeybee populations
  • Oakley Honey BEE Removal - Live Honey BEE Relocation If BEES are exterminated through insecticidal treatment we lose the pollinating benefits of the individual beehive, and many times all the BEE colonies within two miles of the treated BEEhive are affected by the insecticide.

Doing 1THING to help save and protect BEES saves ALL LIVING KIND AND PLANET EARTH!

https://www.natureknows.org/2019/07/the-bee-declared-the-most-important-living-being-on-earth.html