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In Britain, where it was estimated that the loss of bees would cost the economy $700 million a year, bumblebees were inbreeding, entomologists were studying the nectar-gathering strategies of bumblebees, city bees were gathering more diverse pollens and eating better than country bees, and Edinburgh was attempting to make itself more attractive to honeybees.

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In Britain, where it was estimated that the loss of bees would cost the economy $700 million a year, bumblebees were inbreeding, entomologists were studying the nectar-gathering strategies of bumblebees, city bees were gathering more diverse pollens and eating better than country bees, and Edinburgh was attempting to make itself more attractive to honeybees.

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