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The Incredible Bee – the Role of Bee in the environment and why it’s crucial to remove them alive

Bees are fascinating flying insects. They are closely related to ants and wasps, but they are more critical and essential for our environment because of different roles they play such as pollination and honey. Many people find bees to be a little scary or at least a nuisance, especially if they are allergic. You might be wondering, other than honey, why do we need bees, anyway?

Why Do We Need Bees?

Bees are incredible. The bee is vital to our planet’s ecosystems and our food supply. Without bees, 30 to 40 percent of our food supply would disappear. We need more than just water and sunshine to make this planet green, the majority of our crops and plants require pollination to spread and thrive. Bees are the most critically important and useful pollinators. We need bees because their populations around the world are declining and are increasingly threatened by loss of habitat and food supplies, diseases, pesticides, and climate change. However, there is good news!

We have ways to help the bee populations grow once again that includes planting bee-friendly gardens. Following are some of the reasons why it is vital to remove bees alive and to explain their role in the environment.


Do you like plants, flowers, Almonds, vegetables, tree fruits, berries, cotton for your clothes, coffee, tea and chocolate, tomatoes, and tomato products? Did you ever notice what helps these flowers and crops grow and spread? They are insects, mainly bees. Plants like apples, melons, and broccoli require the transfer of pollen from their male part to female part to germinate. This transfer of pollen is usually done by birds, air, butterflies, and mammals but honey bees and other bees are the most important as they pollinate the most. As bees travel from plant to plant and flower to flower for getting the nectar to make honey, grains of pollens are stuck on their surface which results in plants’ growth and production of food. Bees pollinate billions of plants and crops every year and are very hard workers. Without bees, many plants would die as they will not be able to germinate and produce food. In fact, bees are responsible for every third bite of food we eat.. This is why bees hold a valuable role in our environment, and it is essential to remove them alive.


This is one of the most essential reasons why bees should be removed alive and how they are incredible in terms of playing a role in the environment. During the winter months, bees produce honey for feeding. Humans harvest honey, and it is widely used as a rich source of food. However, honey is not a food source for humans only, but birds, raccoons, insects also depend largely on it. In another way, bees are a vital part of the food chain, and several species of birds also prey on them.

These are some of the points to explain the role of bees in the environment and why it is crucial to help them grow and increase their population. In addition to that, the role of bees can also be seen in the following ways.


Bees are an integral part of our ecosystem, and as pollinators, they play a vital role. By supporting the growth of trees, plants, and crops, they provide food for many creatures. Bees contribute to the complex and intricate ecosystem in a meaningful manner, and that results in different species stay together and co-existing. No one can doubt the importance of bees for our food system, and without them, our lands might be barren and plant dry. Moreover, adding to the biodiversity of the ecosystem, bees provide us with many other benefits.

Plant Growth

It is not about plants and crops grown only be humans, but bees also help the wild plants to grow and hence improving the greenery. Species of wild plants that depend upon pollinators to grow, bees play an essential role for them. They help these plants produce nuts, seeds, fruits and berries which are a food source for wild animals.

Wildlife Habitats

We know that bees make hives, but in addition to that, they provide home and habitat to hundreds of other animals and insects. As mentioned earlier, their role is vital in the growth of wild plants and tropical forests; these forests and plants work as home and habitat for several species of animals and insects. A human-grown garden serves as a home for hundreds of small species including birds, insects, and squirrels, etc. These gardens are grown by bees and the animals that depend on these gardens; they indirectly depend on bees.

We Want Bees Alive

As you can see the world would be a lot duller without these beautiful insects. Their contribution to the biodiversity of our planet cannot be doubted. Whether it be pollinating wild habitats or the crops we grow, providing honey, contributing to the habits of other animals, or helping to provide clothes and blankets for us, we must work together to keep these beautiful creatures alive.