Only you can stop the zombie bee apocalypse7/25/2012
"Zombie bees" sound like the premise of a bad B-movie (couldn't resist) — but they're real. Biologists have observed honeybees in California and South Dakota displaying "zombie-like" behavior: These (possibly undead) insects wander away from their hives at night and shamble blindly around in circles. Suspecting that a nasty parasite is to blame, San Francisco biologist John Hafernik and his colleagues have launched ZomBeeWatch.org, a citizen science project that encourages everyday people to track suspicious bee-havior and collect specimens to monitor the parasite's spread. There's no evidence that the zombees can infect humans, so you don't have to worry about transforming into an undead monster with wings and a stinger... yet. [Source]
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