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April 24, 2013
French beekeeper Yves Leroux, who is retired and an amateur apiarist, works around a beehive oin La Halle...
Nantes, France
French beekeeper Leroux works around a beehive in La Halle des Machines de l'Ile in Nantes
French beekeeper Yves Leroux, who is retired and an amateur apiarist, works around a beehive oin La Halle des Machines de l'Ile in Nantes, western France, April 24, 2013. A new trend across Europe is to put bee colonies on city rooftops, taking advantage of the fact that bees adapt well to urban living and can target the many varieties of long-blooming inner-city greenery. A global decline in the numbers of bees, the reasons for which are baffling scientists, is alarming everyone from farmers to European Union policy makers. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe (FRANCE - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
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