The Extinction of Bees

The Extinction of Bees.

Moving to effects, the disappearance of bees would lead to worldwide extinction of land animals and humans. Bees are the most efficient pollinators of vegetables, fruit and plants therefore without them apples, most leafy greens, almond trees and many more types of food would disappear. As a consequence of plants going extinct, herbivores especially those which depend on certain plant species will cease to exist as well. Subsequently, due to declining population of herbivores, carnivores will suffer immediate consequences as well. In addition, freshwater will start drying up as well as there will be less trees for water retention to occur. Ultimately, most of the life on land would cease to exist within a hundred years, including humans due famine and dehydration.

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The Extinction of Bees. (December 8, 2017). Reviewed on 19:08, April 11 2021