Bees, like humans, go for junk food | The Columbus Dispatch

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Cerise Mayo expected better of her bees. She had raised them right, given them all the best opportunities - acres of urban farmland strewn with fruits and vegetables, a bounty of natural nectar and pollen.
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DCL

Cleveland, OH

#1 Nov 30, 2010
"Perhaps the conundrum raises another disturbing question: If the bees cannot resist those three qualities, what hope do the rest of us have?"

Good reason not to even try ???? It's out there loud and clear, too bad bees can't read!

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