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Yellingbo Nature Conservation Reserve, Victoria, Australia. A European bee swarm on a leadbeaters possum's artificial nest box. : Stock Photo
European bees lower the nectar load of an ecosystem, threatening the wellbeing of other native species.

Yellingbo Nature Conservation Reserve, Victoria, Australia. A European bee swarm on a leadbeaters possum's artificial nest box.

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Jason Edwards
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European bees lower the nectar load of an ecosystem, threatening the wellbeing of other native species.
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