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At night, bees typically switch off and rest in their hives. But during the 1932 eclipse, beekeepers up and down New England noticed signs of “apprehensiveness” in honeybees just before darkness fell. Photo by PhotoAlto/Odilon Dimier via Getty Images
8 things you didn’t know about bees

Beekeepers all over the world in the last ten years have reported significant colony losses that may be caused by interconnected effects of pesticides, parasites, landscape changes and a warmer climate.