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Rare wild British honey bee discovery creates quite a buzz

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Bee conservationist Filipe Salbany has discovered thousands of rare wild honeybees, which may be the last descendants of Britain’s native honey bee population in ancient woodlands on Blenheim Estate in central south England. Salbany says it’s crucial that the population is studied to learn how to protect other bees and prevent cross breeding which can lead to decline in numbers.

Added on the 25/11/2021 05:00:19 - Copyright : AFP EN

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