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1. A World Without Bees?
(Videos/Animals - Wildlife)
For 5 consecutive years, the populations of bees, butterflies and other plant pollinating insects have continued to decline critically in the UK, in Europe and in the Americas. It is only Japan and less ...
2. Pear Flower To Fruit Swelling Time Lapse
(Videos/Nature - Science)
... only the pollinated flowers to produce a a pear. Without bees many of our fruit trees won't be pollinated and fruit production declines. Pear flowers to fruit swelling time lapse filmed over ...
3. Guy Covered in 500,000 Bees
(Videos/Crazy - Unusual)
A man gives an interview covered in 500,000 bees. A man gives an interview covered in 500,000 bees. ...
4. Strandbeest Recreating Nature
(Videos/Nature - Science)
Since about ten years Theo Jansen is occupied with the making of a new nature. Since about ten years Theo Jansen is occupied with the making of a new nature. Not pollen or seeds but plastic ...

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