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Panicked over ‘murder hornets,’ people are killing native bees we desperately need

The national panic over the "murder hornet" has led to the needless slaughter of native wasps and bees, beneficial insects whose populations are already threatened. Bees, for one, are the planet’s pollinators-in-chief, pollinating about 75% of the fruits, nuts and vegetables grown in the U.S.

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