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Symbiotic Bee

From the Hanging Gardens of Babylon to every state or family dinner, in any country you can think of, food is front and centre. It's at the heart and soul of us all. There is nothing more personal. Not relationships, or careers, or even sex. In exceedingly unique ways, food governs everything we do and everything we think. Honeybees pollinate 90% of the food crops on Earth. That places them as an integral player in the ongoing saga of human development.

The Altruistic Gene

The mark of a sophisticated society is one which encourages natural evolution. It encompasses the ability to communicate effectively with all who share the same environment while synchronizing behaviour to enable a safe and productive atmosphere in which the essentials of life – food, shelter and the ability to procreate - are all assured. Some social species like Homo sapiens do, at times, exhibit signs of such civility.

The Domino Effect

Today half of the world's population of honeybees have disappeared. Not only are the honeybees vanishing, but the entire interdependent chain that links animal to plant life is being disrupted. As honeybees disappear, so do many naturally grown fruits and vegetables. A sad day indeed for humans. But aside from the food they pollinate, they are also integral to the reproduction of many plants and flowers that benefit other species.