Thousands of Dead Honey Bees Wash Ashore On Popular Florida Beach


This week, thousands of dead bees washed up on a popular Naples, Florida beach- Lowdermilk Park. 


People were even being stung because they didn’t realize what they were stepping on.

While many ocean visitors watch carefully for jellyfish, to avoid getting stung, no expects to see thousands of dead bees at the beach.




One local resident said, “It’s just really between the water and the sand. I’ve been stung a couple of times, and at first, I didn’t know what it was, and then I realized, and then I had an allergic reaction.”



Bee experts explain that it’s uncommon for bees to wash up on the beach and that it could be due to nearby pesticide spraying, which forced them into the water.

Of course, when it comes to bees: If they go, we go. That’s a plain and simple fact and that’s why we’ve got to continue to work against evil companies like Monsanto

Pesticides that contribute to this bee die-off are going to be the death of our world.





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