Scientists in Washington state think a rare fungi found in old-growth forests may help fight the viruses that are killing honeybees.
So if the honeybeepocalypse happens tomorrow, is it time to panic? Not necessarily. Researchers say other bee species could help pick up the slack.
For years, scientists have tried to figure out what's killing honeybee colonies.
Beekeepers typically work in rural areas. However, there's a growing trend of urban beekeeping.
Around the world, bees continue to disappear and scientists still don't quite know why.