Survival Of The Fittest

2nd Apr 2010, 2:03 PM
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Frosty 2nd Apr 2010, 2:11 PM edit delete reply
Frosty
Good. I hate bees >:(
smbhax 2nd Apr 2010, 2:15 PM edit delete reply
smbhax
:D
BlackMageBrad 20th May 2010, 4:11 PM edit delete reply
BlackMageBrad
Technically the pollenization of flowers, which bees do, is crucial to the ecosystem. First the flowers will stop growing, then the herbivores will run out of food, then the carnivores won't be able to eat the herbivores, and every country except the United States, which made the brilliant move of never eating anything that's in the environment that's good for us, will die due to starvation.

But those little bastards do sting.
Micah 8th Jun 2010, 11:01 PM edit delete reply
Micah
I wish people would learn the difference between wasps and bees. If bees die, the world will suck more, plus wasps will still be around to sting you.
André Navarro 9th Jun 2010, 2:48 AM edit delete reply
André Navarro
The main difference between wasps and bees is that I don't get wasps in my apartment.

And yes, all those world problems that will happen if bees die.

But what can I say, I'm a selfish bastard.

MatthewJA 14th Dec 2010, 11:54 PM edit delete reply
MatthewJA
Bees aren't the only flower pollinators :P
MrTT 23rd Mar 2011, 5:49 PM edit delete reply
@blackmagebrad: if you noticed, the scientists created artificial pollinators.
Evonix 25th Jan 2017, 12:29 AM edit delete reply
I went to a beekeeping class once, we were all in Tshirts and no one got stung, the bees were incredibly placid. The beekeepers did stuff like take a hive apart, take a slide out, show us interesting formations and bees, pick a few up, put all back together, squishing a few in the process and all through that the only times the bees touched us was when they flew into us accsedentaly. Even the one guy who bothered to bring an actual outfit never got stung dispite getting a bee stuck in the suit. They also told us about how when a hive splits they just sorta scrape the bee clump from whatever branch they settled on into a plastic bag then dump it into a new bee box.