Let’s face it. We all know how bees can be when it comes to humans. But you know what? We also know how bees can be when it comes to the environment.
Bees are well-known for being the guardians of the environment, since the dawn of time even – and yes, in the form of that sweet syrup they make and in the form of that dizzying dance they make (sooo unlike those roaches winter, haha).
Moreover, here’s a few on the real importance of bees:
Bees help plants grow more plants.
Most people think that tree planting is the only way for Mother Nature to cope up with her losses. But you know what? All you need is a swarm of bees and you’ll never have to worry about nature taking its toll once again.
Bees carry off pollens as they jump from one flower to another and eventually, distribute some on the ground, as they spread those light grains that brings nutrients all over the place with the help of a cool breeze – the reason why bees are so important: to help plants grow as much as they can via the said jumping process, as well as multiply as much as they can via the said light grains.
Bees help balance the order of things.
Just as the prey is as important as the predator, the real importance of bees (which I can tell you more about in the coming days) can vary from mild need such as that coming from those who are working to create the best honey syrup and extreme need such as that coming from those who are working to create the best honey medicine. Both of these help balance the order of things, or more specifically, the lives of every living thing in this world.
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