Monsanto Wants to Replace the Bees They Are Killing with Genetically Engineered Flying Ants

Ecologists refer to bees and a few other select organisms as keystone species. This term is analogous to the keystone of an arch. Remove the wedge-shaped stone at the top, and the entire structure collapses.

Bees are a keystone species because they are the world’s primary pollinators and are therefore crucial to the environment. While Monsanto claims bees only pollinate about a third of the world’s crops, others estimate their contribution to be closer to 90%. But the startling decline of the bee population isn’t just threatening our crops, it is also threatening varied and diverse wild plants across the globe that provide food for countless animal species. If we lose the bees, the loss to our ecosystems will be catastrophic.






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2 Responses to “Monsanto Wants to Replace the Bees They Are Killing with Genetically Engineered Flying Ants”

  1. ian says:

    Sounds about right. Bees have evolved through millions of years to a state of perfection for what they do, and now “poisoners inc” are going to design something as good.
    They should genetically modify the lab rats that are dying from cancer, to tear the throats out of Monsanto government bribery inc employees, instead and do us and the whole planet a favour.

  2. Lynn says:

    The bees feed us all…well we can’t have nature screwing up this ideology of the clinically insane. What will keep the Poppies growing I wonder !! cos they will want the Heroin they are all taking. They are literally off their heads.

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