A once-obscure type of beekeeping could help save colonies

Embracing Darwinian beekeeping may help honeybee colonies survive. According to Tom Seeley,  Horace White Professor in Biology,  “If you let an animal live naturally, it is able to use its full toolbox and set of skills to survive and reproduce, but when you take any kind of animal and you force it to live in a different way, those tools aren’t allowed to function very well.” To read the full article in The Washington Post

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