The number of bees in California and across the nation has been dwindling rapidly for several years, and no one is absolutely sure why.
Mites, viruses and insecticides pose threats, but researchers have not been able to nail down why bees' numbers are declining so rapidly. The phenomenon is called "Colony Collapse Disorder," but little is known about what causes the bees to disappear.
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