‘Like Nicotine’: Bees Develop Preference for Pesticides, Study Shows

If you’ve ever listened to a smoker lament that they know their habit is killing them, but they “just can’t stop,” then you’ll understand the predicament that bumblebees have apparently stumbled into with neonicotinoid pesticides. According to The Guardian, researchers have found that, like nicotine, some chemicals in pesticides attract the bees in such a way that they become addicted to the killer pesticides, just like humans become addicted to cigarettes...

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