Dapper & The Bees

It’s simple. No bees. No humans.

Bees are one of a myriad of other animals, including birds, bats, beetles, and butterflies, called pollinators. Pollinators transfer pollen and seeds from one flower to another, fertilizing the plant so it can grow and produce food. Cross-pollination helps at least 30 percent of the world’s crops and 90 percent of our wild plants to thrive. Without bees to spread seeds, many plants, including food crops, would die off.

In the last half decade alone 30% of the national bee population has disappeared and nearly a third of all bee colonies in the U.S. have perished. In central Europe, since 1985, there has been a 25% decline and in the UK a 54% decline.

After digesting this and much more information, the dapper one needed to go for a walk. He was spending the weekend in the countryside, recharging his batteries. It was the constant humming of bees which prompted him to find out a few facts about one of the hardest working animals on our beautiful and fragile planet. He was happy to find them in such abundance where he was.

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Farah polo shirt

Banana Republic chinos

Peter Werth shoes

Hat Hat summer boater hat

Calvin Klein watch

Massimo Dutti Socks

Dents belt

Storm London sunglasses

This post is supported by all the bees in the world to create a little buzz.

Click here to find out more information about bees.

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