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In all seriousness, this is the first I've heard of it.
Morning Edition, May 3, 2007 · An affliction called Colony Collapse Disorder is killing honey bees in large numbers. May Berenbaum, head of the Department of Entomology at the University of Illinois, says a bigger mystery is why bees are not returning to their hives. Are environmental conditions destroying the bees' navigation system?
Morning Edition, October 19, 2006 · A new report from the National Academy of Sciences says the honey bees that pollinate billions of dollars worth of farm crops are in decline. That could spell trouble for the farm economy.
I've seen this sort of thing a few times myself in Africa when animals will seemingly disappear just prior to something happening.
Quote from: DoctorBeaver on 01/07/2007 09:43:24I've seen this sort of thing a few times myself in Africa when animals will seemingly disappear just prior to something happening.You see this a lot in humans, when there is washing up to be done!