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What would happen if bees became extinct?

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If bees went extinct the world as we know it would be finished. No flowers would be able to grow, trees would be less productive if productive at all. in conclusion all the plants would die because they wouldnt be able to reproduce.
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Brandon
6 years ago
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Without bees we will be unable to survive. They are the reason our foods are created and without them we will have none.
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Diana
6 years ago
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If ALL bees became extinct, then there will be dire consequences. It will affect the vegetation along with birds and other organisms that depend on those vegetation/flowers that bees pollinate. Many species of other organisms will die out, causing a chain reaction.
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Anonymous
6 years ago
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Bees help pollinate around 70% of all the crops on the planet. If all the bees die and nothing rises to replace them (another type of insect, for example, or serious human intervention), many plants will simply die-off due to lack of pollination. If 70% of the plants on the planet die.


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veerapathiran
5 years ago
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I believe that if bees became extinct, then there wouldn't be as much pollination. There wouldn't be any honey. Many of our main crops will stop growing, but i don't think it will be the end of civilization.
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kristan
6 years ago
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If bees become extinct, there will not be any honey.. Flowers may not spread.. Bees play important roles in flowers and plants re-productions..
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Sam Smith
6 years ago
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The major concern with the extinction of bees is that there will be nothing to pollenate any of our plants. Thus, plants would not continue in the previous way of existing. Trees would not produce fruit. This aspect alone, is enough to emphasize the severity of the issue.
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Anonymous
5 years ago
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If bees become extinct, there will not be any honey.. Flowers may not spread and Bees play important roles in flowers and plants re-productions..
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Anonymous
5 years ago
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We will not have honey any more and the flower will wither.
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Anonymous
6 years ago
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There will be no more honey and certain medicines will not be of existence. Less people would get allergic reactions that were due to bees and nobody will get stung by bees anymore.
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LuxFlowz
6 years ago
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We could have serious food shortages, since bees are responsible for pollenating many of our important crops.
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Anonymous
6 years ago
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Firstly honey will disappear
Secondly a good pollinating source will be lost
But most importantly.....fear of being stung will also fade away
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Anonymous
6 years ago
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Plant that depend on bees for pollination would not form seeds, so they would not reproduce, unless some other insect came along to pollinate them.
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Anonymous
5 years ago
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Have you seen Bee's Life, well that is very well what could eventually happen...minus the court scenes and guiding the plane to the ground. If we lose the bees there will eventually be no green. Almost everything that is green is pollenated by bees.
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Anonymous
5 years ago
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The major concern with the extinction of bees is that there will be nothing to pollinate any of our plants.
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junaid
5 years ago
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Without bees we will be unable to survive. They are the reason our foods are created and without them we will have none.The major concern with the extinction of bees is that there will be nothing to pollinate any of our plants.
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aleem
5 years ago
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If bees become extinct pollination won't happen.We won't get honey.If there is no pollination many plants become extinct.
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Anonymous
5 years ago
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There would be no polinization, which means that there would be no veggies, cereals and fruit, and then meat of any kind, or even milk or eggs - for example cows eat grass, and chickens eat wheat and other cereal - which would cease to exist.
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Cristina
6 years ago
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Plant that depend on bees for pollination would not form seeds and so they would not reproduce, unless some other insect came along to pollinate them.

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ad
5 years ago
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Plant that depend on bees for pollination would not form seeds, so they would not reproduce, unless some of other insect came along to pollinate them.
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grf
5 years ago
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There is a theory that if bees became extinct, then it would eventually lead to the end of civilization.
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Anonymous
6 years ago
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Plant that depend on bees for the pollination would not form seeds, so they would not reproduce, unless some other insect came along to pollinate them.
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sam
5 years ago
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if thee bees becomes extinct then the honey also become extinct.the passage of seeds will decreases so plant reproduction reduces
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Anonymous
5 years ago
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Bees help pollinate around 70% of all the crops on the planet. If all the bees die and nothing rises to replace them (another type of insect, for example, or serious human intervention),
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Anonymous
5 years ago
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There is a theory that if bees became extinct, then it would gradually lead to the end of civilization.
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jacwre
5 years ago

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