Reading a stuff article ‘Thousands of bees are dying in Murchison. No-one knows why’ this week I thought to myself: what is killing these animals and can we live without them?
Hundreds of thousands of bees are dying in Murchison near Nelson, why is this happening and how can we stop it? In theory, they think that wasp bait is killing the bees. An increase in of wasp bait use could be to blame.
Problem: Bees are dying and no one knows why. How can we stop these creatures from dying?
In my opinion, I think that bees are very important. They make honey, they pollinate fruit flowers so we can have strawberries, raspberries, feijoas, kiwifruit and so much more. Without bees, there will be a huge shortage of fruit. That means that the fruit prices will go up and get more expensive which means that people won't buy fruit because it is so expensive. If we don’t have fruit then people won’t be very healthy.
We need a solution to this problem. For a start, we should put more money into res…
I don't think the road should be put there because it is going to cost the government over 3 million dollars just for the road what about all the signs and plus how long will it take considering they started the new Arthurs pass road like a year ago and they still haven’t finished they are still working on it. Yes Fiordland national park is amazing for tourist and it does take forever to get there but they will have to cut down all the trees to make it and it will probably ruin all Fiordland's scenic area’s and plus when it snow the road will have to be closed because some of it will be near the mountains that snow on them so most of the time it will be closed because it snows a lot down there and is always cold so if it rains the roads might become icy which is not safe