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Here Come the Killer Bees (edition 1986)

by Laurence P. Pringle (Author)

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Describes the characteristics and behavior of Africanized bees and discusses how they came to Brazil, how they are spreading northward, and their potentially disruptive influence on the native honeybee population which in turn could damage crop yields and the honey and beeswax industry.
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Title:Here Come the Killer Bees
Authors:Laurence P. Pringle (Author)
Info:William Morrow & Co (1986), 58 pages
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Describes the characteristics and behavior of Africanized bees and discusses how they came to Brazil, how they are spreading northward, and their potentially disruptive influence on the native honeybee population which in turn could damage crop yields and the honey and beeswax industry.

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