Bees Added to Endangered Species List: Aluminum, Neonicotinoids, and Zika Spraying are Factors

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By Cassius Kamarampi

(Era of Wisdom) Bees have just been added to the endangered species list in the US, for the first time.

While by now many understand neonicotinoid pesticides kill bees, aluminum poisoning, Zika spraying, and other critical factors are at play.

This video explores the less understood factors in the death of the bees.

Sources:

theguardian.com/environment/2016/oct/01/bees-added-to-us-endangered-species-list-for-the-first-time

globalresearch.ca/death-and-extinction-of-the-bees/5375684

march-against-monsanto.com/epa-finally-admits-what-has-been-killing-bees-for-decades/

google.com/search?q=aluminum+poisoning+in+bees&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8

activistpost.com/2016/05/100x-reporting-limit-aluminum-3x-barium-sacramento-rain-tests-chemtrails-geoengineering.html

naturalblaze.com/2016/09/south-carolina-zika-spraying-mass-bee-death.html

naturalblaze.com/2016/09/south-carolina-prepares-round-2-bee-killing-zika-spraying.html

naturalblaze.com/2016/09/5-things-you-can-do-to-help-save-the-bees.html

Image credit: Facebook, modified

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