Honeybee populations are collapsing everywhere from California to France. After China and the U.S., Argentina is the third largest honey exporter in the world, accounting for 22% of the global market. But low-lying hives in the South American nation have been hit by flooding since 2006. Wetter winters and rainy summers also make it harder for bees to get out and about to collect, leaving them to starve or become malnourished and more prone to other diseases. This doesn't just mean a decline in honey. We rely on bees to pollinate crops. When bees disappear many food crops could also die off.
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