Diesel Exhaust Shown to Prevent Bees From Smelling Flowers - Presented by: The Aol. On Network

Pollinators like honeybees are attracted to the sweet scent of flowers, which entices them to land and drink the nectar. A new study from the University of Southampton in the United Kingdom shows that chemicals emitted from diesel fuel exhaust might be causing the bees to not recognize the scented chemicals that are given off by flowers.



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