Don't be afraid of the buzz of a bee. If it wasn't for bees, many fruits and vegetables we enjoy wouldn't exist. They are vital for pollination of plants, but lately, they've been disappearing by the billions, possibly putting food supplies at risk.
"We need them for the food that we eat, for the color and variety that's on our plate," says Dewey Caron, Ph.D., an entomologist from University of Delaware. But this year, bees are dying by the billions, a problem threatening to wipe out crops dependent on bees for pollination. Fewer bees could cost us all at the grocery store link