Did you know that plants use scents to communicate? Learn how some plants use scents to send messages to animals or other plants.

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Drones aren’t just cool little flying machines. They’re also extremely useful in many areas: scientific research, celebrity performances...they might even be able to help farmers grow crops!

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This video by In a Nutshell - Kurzgesagt explains why bees are important for our own survival and why scientists think they have been dying.

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While we won’t likely go extinct if all the bees die, many of the foods and plant-based materials we take for granted will disappear.

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Citizen scientists like you can help researchers better understand climate change and its effects on plants.

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Diseases that occur on a plant’s reproductive parts or as a direct result of spreading pollen from one place to another could be considered the plant equivalent of an STI.

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Honey bee populations are in sharp decline throughout North America and Europe. Many large beekeeping operations are reporting that up to 40 or 50 percent of their swarms have mysteriously disappeared.

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Honey Bees help produce 1/3 of the food that you eat. Find out more about them and what is threatening their existence.

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There are close to 20,000 different species of bees worldwide that come in various shapes, colours, and sizes.

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