Bees have been declared the most important thing on our planet earth.
This is the conclusion that the Earthwatch Institute established at the last meeting of the Royal Geographical Society in London, England.
According to The Science Times, 70% of the world's agriculture depends exclusively on these flying yellow-striped insects, because pollination allows plants to reproduce and re-fruit. Without them, the flora and fauna would certainly start to disappear.
In addition, a study by the beekeeping entrepreneurship center of the University Mayor (CeapiMayor) and the beekeeping corporation of Chile (Cach), with the support of the foundation for agrarian innovation (FIA), suggests that bees are the only living thing to have no type of pathogen, be it fungi, viruses or bacteria.
Despite all this important information for the survival of our planet, bees have now been declared endangered, and recent research has shown a dramatic decrease in the number of individuals; almost 90% of the bee population has disappeared in recent decades.
Recently purchased a Raynox DCR-250 attachment which allowed me to attach it to any lens and have them capable to shoot macro photography. I attached it to my Nikkor 55-200 1.4-5.6 and these are the results.