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PRESERVING OUR FUTURE SCHOLARSHIP 2 Preserving Our Future Scholarship Globally, bees have been considered the primary pollinators of food crops. According to Miller-Struttmann (2016), approximately one-third of the food consumed in the world depends on pollination by bees together with other insects, birds, and bats. For some people, bees are just nagging insects that annoy. These bees mainly buzz, crawl inside water cans and chase people and sting. However, if bees never existed, there could be no humans too. The world bee population has been decreasing at an alarming rate for the past few decades now. For instance, the population size of the honeybee in the United States is below half of its size during the end of the Second World War. Bee is essential insects in the life of human being; we cannot live with it, but we cannot live without them as well. Bees are the main crop pollinators. However, the bee population is faced with critical challenges that ought to be addressed in the future. For instance, to ensure the prosperity of the worldwide bee population, the following challenges must be addressed: lack of nutrition and habitat, insecticides from agricultural practices and diseases. Wild bees in particular lack nutrition and habitat, which forms the main challenge to the worldwide bee population. Many of the wild bees are susceptible to factors that affect their residential areas (habitat) and availability of forage. As a result, structural changes in their places
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