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Cell phones causing decline in bee numbers?

Recent study suggests bees are significantly disturbed when mobile phones are used in close proximity to them. The research follows on similar studies, but colony collapse disorder may involve other factors.

A recent scientific study suggests that bees are significantly disturbed when mobile phones are used in close proximity to the furry critters. The study may shed light on why the bee population is in decline globally.

As bees can communicate through sound, the experiment at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology observed any changes to the noises the insects made when active mobile phones were placed in their hive. The results were quite worrying.

Read more of "Cell phones causing decline in bee numbers?" at Crave UK.