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Feb
11
2015

Judge allows Racine County woman to keep her bees

RACINE — A Town of Dover woman can keep her bees after Racine County’s case against her was dismissed Wednesday …

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Jan
30
2015

Massive honey bee hives found in Port Charlotte neighborhood

PORT CHARLOTTE, Fla.-There’s quite a buzz in one Port Charlotte neighborhood. Thousands of bees swarming in a backyard on Augusta …

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Jan
20
2015

“More Than 100 Businesses Call On White House To Protect Bees From Pesticides”

CREDIT: AP PHOTO/DAMIAN DOVARGANES

More than 100 businesses, many of them food companies that depend heavily on …

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Jan
10
2015

Killer Bees

Killer bees descend on a Costa Rican soccer match sending players and spectators into a frenzied run for their lives.

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Dec
31
2014

Florida citizen science project about bees, wasps

Jason Graham led a citizen science project in which lay people around the world …

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Dec
11
2014

Polish bees fly to the rescue

A buzz about the …

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Nov
20
2014

Africanized Honey Bees

http://www.desertusa.com/insects/kbees.html
Africanized honey bees (AHB) — also called Africanized bees or killer bees — are descendants of southern African bees …

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Oct
30
2014

Landscaping crew attacked by 800,000 bees.

http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2014/10/09/horror-as-800000-africanized-bees-go-on-a-rampage-and-kill-a-man-in-arizona/
Hundreds of thousands of bees from a massive hive in an Arizona home killed one landscape worker and injured …

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Apr
14
2014

Swarm of bees attack man in Buckeye

Parts of Buckeye have been shut down because of a large swarm of attacking bees, police said.
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Feb
04
2013

Bee Safety For Kids

Bees are our friends, they help make food by pollinating flowers and they make honey for us to eat.

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