In just a few decades, the likelihood of finding a bumblebee has decreased by more than a third, according to researchers.
Scientists as the University College London found that bumblebee populations declined due to rapidly changing climate “chaos.”
“This was the first time that we have been able to really tie local extinctions and colonisations of bumble bees to climate change, showing a really clear fingerprint of climate change in the declines that we’ve seen.”
Bees are important plant pollinators, and without them, entire ecosystems and populations of species could die.
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