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FRANCE-BEES/
RTR38TUP
October 17, 2012
A coloured honeycomb from a beehive is seen in Ribeauville near Colmar Eastern France, October 5, 2012....
RIBEAUVILLE, France
A coloured honeycomb from a beehive is seen in Ribeauville near Colmar Eastern France
A coloured honeycomb from a beehive is seen in Ribeauville near Colmar Eastern France, October 5, 2012. Bees at a cluster of bee hives in northeastern France have been producing honey in mysterious shades of blue and green, alarming their keepers who now believe residue from containers of M&M's candy processed at a nearby biogas plant is the cause. Since August, beekeepers around the town of Ribeauville in the region of Alsace have seen bees returning to their hives carrying unidentified colourful substances that have turned their honey unnatural shades. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler (FRANCE - Tags: AGRICULTURE ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) FOR BEST QUALITY IMAGE: ALSO SEE GF2E8BL1IDF01.
FRANCE/
RTR3APTX
October 05, 2012
A coloured honeycomb from a beehive is seen in Ribeauville near Colmar Eastern France, October 5, 2012....
RIBEAUVILLE, France
A coloured honeycomb from a beehive is seen in Ribeauville near Colmar Eastern France
A coloured honeycomb from a beehive is seen in Ribeauville near Colmar Eastern France, October 5, 2012. Bees at a cluster of bee hives in northeastern France have been producing honey in mysterious shades of blue and green, alarming their keepers who now believe residue from containers of M&M's candy processed at a nearby biogas plant is the cause. Since August, beekeepers around the town of Ribeauville in the region of Alsace have seen bees returning to their hives carrying unidentified colourful substances that have turned their honey unnatural shades. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler (FRANCE - Tags: AGRICULTURE ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS) BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
FRANCE-BEES/
RTR38TV9
October 05, 2012
The village of Ribeauville is seen near Colmar Eastern France, October 5, 2012. Bees at a cluster of...
RIBEAUVILLE, France
The village of Ribeauville is seen near Colmar Eastern France
The village of Ribeauville is seen near Colmar Eastern France, October 5, 2012. Bees at a cluster of bee hives in northeastern France have been producing honey in mysterious shades of blue and green, alarming their keepers who now believe residue from containers of M&M's candy processed at a nearby biogas plant is the cause. Since August, beekeepers around the town of Ribeauville in the region of Alsace have seen bees returning to their hives carrying unidentified colourful substances that have turned their honey unnatural shades. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler (FRANCE - Tags: AGRICULTURE ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
FRANCE-BEES/
RTR38TV7
October 05, 2012
The village of Ribeauville is seen near Colmar Eastern France, October 5, 2012. Bees at a cluster of...
RIBEAUVILLE, France
The village of Ribeauville is seen near Colmar Eastern France
The village of Ribeauville is seen near Colmar Eastern France, October 5, 2012. Bees at a cluster of bee hives in northeastern France have been producing honey in mysterious shades of blue and green, alarming their keepers who now believe residue from containers of M&M's candy processed at a nearby biogas plant is the cause. Since August, beekeepers around the town of Ribeauville in the region of Alsace have seen bees returning to their hives carrying unidentified colourful substances that have turned their honey unnatural shades. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler (FRANCE - Tags: AGRICULTURE ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
FRANCE-BEES/
RTR38TV2
October 05, 2012
The village of Ribeauville is seen near Colmar Eastern France, October 5, 2012. Bees at a cluster of...
RIBEAUVILLE, France
The village of Ribeauville is seen near Colmar Eastern France
The village of Ribeauville is seen near Colmar Eastern France, October 5, 2012. Bees at a cluster of bee hives in northeastern France have been producing honey in mysterious shades of blue and green, alarming their keepers who now believe residue from containers of M&M's candy processed at a nearby biogas plant is the cause. Since August, beekeepers around the town of Ribeauville in the region of Alsace have seen bees returning to their hives carrying unidentified colourful substances that have turned their honey unnatural shades. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler (FRANCE - Tags: AGRICULTURE ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
FRANCE-BEES/
RTR38TV0
October 05, 2012
French apiarist Andre Frieh holds a colored honeycomb in a wood frame from one of his beehives at his...
RIBEAUVILLE, France
French apiarist Andre Frieh holds a coloured honeycomb in a wood frame from one of his beehives at his...
French apiarist Andre Frieh holds a colored honeycomb in a wood frame from one of his beehives at his home in Ribeauville near Colmar Eastern France, October 5, 2012. Bees at a cluster of bee hives in northeastern France have been producing honey in mysterious shades of blue and green, alarming their keepers who now believe residue from containers of M&M's candy processed at a nearby biogas plant is the cause. Since August, beekeepers around the town of Ribeauville in the region of Alsace have seen bees returning to their hives carrying unidentified colourful substances that have turned their honey unnatural shades. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler (FRANCE - Tags: AGRICULTURE SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
FRANCE-BEES/
RTR38TUZ
October 05, 2012
The village of Ribeauville is seen near Colmar Eastern France, October 5, 2012. Bees at a cluster of...
RIBEAUVILLE, France
The village of Ribeauville is seen near Colmar Eastern France
The village of Ribeauville is seen near Colmar Eastern France, October 5, 2012. Bees at a cluster of bee hives in northeastern France have been producing honey in mysterious shades of blue and green, alarming their keepers who now believe residue from containers of M&M's candy processed at a nearby biogas plant is the cause. Since August, beekeepers around the town of Ribeauville in the region of Alsace have seen bees returning to their hives carrying unidentified colourful substances that have turned their honey unnatural shades. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler (FRANCE - Tags: AGRICULTURE ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
FRANCE-BEES/
RTR38TUY
October 05, 2012
The Agrivalor biogas plant is seen in Ribeauville near Colmar Eastern France, October 5, 2012. Bees at...
RIBEAUVILLE, France
The Agrivalor biogas plant is seen in Ribeauville near Colmar
The Agrivalor biogas plant is seen in Ribeauville near Colmar Eastern France, October 5, 2012. Bees at a cluster of bee hives in northeastern France have been producing honey in mysterious shades of blue and green, alarming their keepers who now believe residue from containers of M&M's candy processed at a nearby biogas plant is the cause. Since August, beekeepers around the town of Ribeauville in the region of Alsace have seen bees returning to their hives carrying unidentified colourful substances that have turned their honey unnatural shades. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler (FRANCE - Tags: AGRICULTURE ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
FRANCE-BEES/
RTR38TUX
October 05, 2012
French apiarist Andre Frieh holds a sample of honey (R) besides a blue colored one (L) at his home in...
RIBEAUVILLE, France
French apiarist Frieh holds a sample of honey besides a blue colored one at his home in Ribeauville
French apiarist Andre Frieh holds a sample of honey (R) besides a blue colored one (L) at his home in Ribeauville near Colmar Eastern France, October 5, 2012. Bees at a cluster of bee hives in northeastern France have been producing honey in mysterious shades of blue and green, alarming their keepers who now believe residue from containers of M&M's candy processed at a nearby biogas plant is the cause. Since August, beekeepers around the town of Ribeauville in the region of Alsace have seen bees returning to their hives carrying unidentified colourful substances that have turned their honey unnatural shades. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler (FRANCE - Tags: AGRICULTURE ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
FRANCE-BEES/
RTR38TUV
October 05, 2012
French apiarist Andre Frieh holds a frame with a colored honeycomb from one of his beehives at his home...
RIBEAUVILLE, France
French apiarist Andre Frieh holds a coloured honeycomb from one of his beehives at his home in Ribeauville...
French apiarist Andre Frieh holds a frame with a colored honeycomb from one of his beehives at his home in Ribeauville near Colmar Eastern France, October 5, 2012. Bees at a cluster of bee hives in northeastern France have been producing honey in mysterious shades of blue and green, alarming their keepers who now believe residue from containers of M&M's candy processed at a nearby biogas plant is the cause. Since August, beekeepers around the town of Ribeauville in the region of Alsace have seen bees returning to their hives carrying unidentified colourful substances that have turned their honey unnatural shades. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler (FRANCE - Tags: AGRICULTURE SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
FRANCE-BEES/
RTR38TUU
October 05, 2012
A coloured honeycomb from a beehive is seen in Ribeauville near Colmar Eastern France, October 5, 2012....
RIBEAUVILLE, France
A coloured honeycomb from a beehive is seen in Ribeauville near Colmar Eastern France
A coloured honeycomb from a beehive is seen in Ribeauville near Colmar Eastern France, October 5, 2012. Bees at a cluster of bee hives in northeastern France have been producing honey in mysterious shades of blue and green, alarming their keepers who now believe residue from containers of M&M's candy processed at a nearby biogas plant is the cause. Since August, beekeepers around the town of Ribeauville in the region of Alsace have seen bees returning to their hives carrying unidentified colourful substances that have turned their honey unnatural shades. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler (FRANCE - Tags: AGRICULTURE SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
FRANCE-BEES/
RTR38TUT
October 05, 2012
French apiarist Andre Frieh holds samples of colored honey at his home in Ribeauville near Colmar Eastern...
RIBEAUVILLE, France
French apiarist Andre Frieh holds samples of colored honey at his home in Ribeauville
French apiarist Andre Frieh holds samples of colored honey at his home in Ribeauville near Colmar Eastern France, October 5, 2012. Bees at a cluster of bee hives in northeastern France have been producing honey in mysterious shades of blue and green, alarming their keepers who now believe residue from containers of M&M's candy processed at a nearby biogas plant is the cause. Since August, beekeepers around the town of Ribeauville in the region of Alsace have seen bees returning to their hives carrying unidentified colourful substances that have turned their honey unnatural shades. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler (FRANCE - Tags: AGRICULTURE ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
FRANCE-BEES/
RTR38TUQ
October 05, 2012
French apiarist Andre Frieh holds a sample of honey (R) besides a blue colored one (L) at his home in...
RIBEAUVILLE, France
French apiarist Frieh holds a sample of honey besides a blue colored one at his home in Ribeauville
French apiarist Andre Frieh holds a sample of honey (R) besides a blue colored one (L) at his home in Ribeauville near Colmar Eastern France, October 5, 2012. Bees at a cluster of bee hives in northeastern France have been producing honey in mysterious shades of blue and green, alarming their keepers who now believe residue from containers of M&M's candy processed at a nearby biogas plant is the cause. Since August, beekeepers around the town of Ribeauville in the region of Alsace have seen bees returning to their hives carrying unidentified colourful substances that have turned their honey unnatural shades. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler (FRANCE - Tags: AGRICULTURE SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
FRANCE-BEES/
RTR38TUL
October 05, 2012
The hands of French apiarist Andre Frieh hold jars of coloured honey at his home in Ribeauville near...
RIBEAUVILLE, France
The hands of French apiarist Frieh hold sample of colored honey at his home in Ribeauville
The hands of French apiarist Andre Frieh hold jars of coloured honey at his home in Ribeauville near Colmar Eastern France, October 5, 2012. Bees at a cluster of bee hives in northeastern France have been producing honey in mysterious shades of blue and green, alarming their keepers who now believe residue from containers of M&M's candy processed at a nearby biogas plant is the cause. Since August, beekeepers around the town of Ribeauville in the region of Alsace have seen bees returning to their hives carrying unidentified colourful substances that have turned their honey unnatural shades. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler (FRANCE - Tags: AGRICULTURE SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
FRANCE-BEES/
RTR38TU0
October 05, 2012
French apiarist Andre Frieh holds a sample of honey (L) besides colored ones at his home in Ribeauville...
RIBEAUVILLE, France
French apiarist Frieh holds a sample of honey besides colored ones at his home in Ribeauville
French apiarist Andre Frieh holds a sample of honey (L) besides colored ones at his home in Ribeauville near Colmar Eastern France, October 5, 2012. Bees at a cluster of bee hives in northeastern France have been producing honey in mysterious shades of blue and green, alarming their keepers who now believe residue from containers of M&M's candy processed at a nearby biogas plant is the cause. Since August, beekeepers around the town of Ribeauville in the region of Alsace have seen bees returning to their hives carrying unidentified colourful substances that have turned their honey unnatural shades. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler (FRANCE - Tags: AGRICULTURE SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)BUSINESS)
FRANCE-BEES/
RTR38TTQ
October 05, 2012
French apiarist Andre Frieh holds a sample of honey (L) besides colored ones at his home in Ribeauville...
RIBEAUVILLE, France
French apiarist Frieh holds a sample of honey besides colored ones at his home in Ribeauville
French apiarist Andre Frieh holds a sample of honey (L) besides colored ones at his home in Ribeauville near Colmar Eastern France, October 5, 2012. Bees at a cluster of bee hives in northeastern France have been producing honey in mysterious shades of blue and green, alarming their keepers who now believe residue from containers of M&M's candy processed at a nearby biogas plant is the cause. Since August, beekeepers around the town of Ribeauville in the region of Alsace have seen bees returning to their hives carrying unidentified colourful substances that have turned their honey unnatural shades. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler (FRANCE - Tags: AGRICULTURE SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
FRANCE-BEES/
RTR38TTO
October 05, 2012
French apiarist Andre Frieh holds a sample green colored honey at his home in Ribeauville near Colmar...
RIBEAUVILLE, France
French apiarist Frieh holds a sample of green colored honey at his home in Ribeauville
French apiarist Andre Frieh holds a sample green colored honey at his home in Ribeauville near Colmar Eastern France, October 5, 2012. Bees at a cluster of bee hives in northeastern France have been producing honey in mysterious shades of blue and green, alarming their keepers who now believe residue from containers of M&M's candy processed at a nearby biogas plant is the cause. Since August, beekeepers around the town of Ribeauville in the region of Alsace have seen bees returning to their hives carrying unidentified colourful substances that have turned their honey unnatural shades. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler (FRANCE - Tags: AGRICULTURE SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
FRANCE-BEES/
RTR38TTN
October 05, 2012
French beekeeper Andre Frieh holds a sample of honey (R) besides a green colored one (L) at his home...
RIBEAUVILLE, France
French beekeeper Frieh holds a sample of honey besides a green coloured one at his home in Ribeauville...
French beekeeper Andre Frieh holds a sample of honey (R) besides a green colored one (L) at his home in Ribeauville near Colmar Eastern France, October 5, 2012. Bees at a cluster of bee hives in northeastern France have been producing honey in mysterious shades of blue and green, alarming their keepers who now believe residue from containers of M&M's candy processed at a nearby biogas plant is the cause. Since August, beekeepers around the town of Ribeauville in the region of Alsace have seen bees returning to their hives carrying unidentified colourful substances that have turned their honey unnatural shades. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler (FRANCE - Tags: AGRICULTURE SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
FRANCE-BEES/
RTR38TTL
October 05, 2012
French apiarist Andre Frieh holds a sample green colored honey at his home in Ribeauville near Colmar...
RIBEAUVILLE, France
French apiarist Frieh holds a sample of green colored honey at his home in Ribeauville
French apiarist Andre Frieh holds a sample green colored honey at his home in Ribeauville near Colmar Eastern France, October 5, 2012. Bees at a cluster of bee hives in northeastern France have been producing honey in mysterious shades of blue and green, alarming their keepers who now believe residue from containers of M&M's candy processed at a nearby biogas plant is the cause. Since August, beekeepers around the town of Ribeauville in the region of Alsace have seen bees returning to their hives carrying unidentified colourful substances that have turned their honey unnatural shades. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler (FRANCE - Tags: AGRICULTURE SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
FRANCE-BEES/
RTR38TTH
October 05, 2012
French apiarist Andre Frieh holds a sample green colored honey at his home in Ribeauville near Colmar...
RIBEAUVILLE, France
French apiarist Frieh holds a sample of green colored honey at his home in Ribeauville
French apiarist Andre Frieh holds a sample green colored honey at his home in Ribeauville near Colmar Eastern France, October 5, 2012. Bees at a cluster of bee hives in northeastern France have been producing honey in mysterious shades of blue and green, alarming their keepers who now believe residue from containers of M&M's candy processed at a nearby biogas plant is the cause. Since August, beekeepers around the town of Ribeauville in the region of Alsace have seen bees returning to their hives carrying unidentified colourful substances that have turned their honey unnatural shades. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler (FRANCE - Tags: AGRICULTURE SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
FRANCE-BEES/
RTR38TTF
October 05, 2012
French beekeeper Andre Frieh holds a sample of honey (R) besides a green colored one (L) at his home...
RIBEAUVILLE, France
French beekeeper Frieh holds a sample of honey besides a green coloured one at his home in Ribeauville...
French beekeeper Andre Frieh holds a sample of honey (R) besides a green colored one (L) at his home in Ribeauville near Colmar Eastern France, October 5, 2012. Bees at a cluster of bee hives in northeastern France have been producing honey in mysterious shades of blue and green, alarming their keepers who now believe residue from containers of M&M's candy processed at a nearby biogas plant is the cause. Since August, beekeepers around the town of Ribeauville in the region of Alsace have seen bees returning to their hives carrying unidentified colourful substances that have turned their honey unnatural shades. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler (FRANCE - Tags: AGRICULTURE SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
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