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Match of the Day: How Maddison free-kick could have been stopped

BBC Sport Monday, 21 March 2022
Match of the Day 2 analyst Danny Murphy explains how Brentford could have stopped James Maddison's free-kick in Leicester's 2-1 win over the Bees.
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Global Wing Virus Threatening Honeybee Populations Around the World [Video]

Global Wing Virus Threatening Honeybee Populations Around the World

Global Wing Virus Threatening , Honeybee Populations, Around the World. 'Newsweek' reports that the global bee population could be threatened by a newly discovered and deadly virus. . 'Newsweek' reports that the global bee population could be threatened by a newly discovered and deadly virus. . Professor Dr. Robert Paxton from Martin Luther University Halle Wittenberg (MLU) warns that the Deformed Wing Virus could eradicate honeybee populations around the world. The Deformed Wing Virus is arguably the biggest threat to honey bees right now. Our lab research has shown that the new, highly contagious variant is killing bees faster, Professor Dr. Robert Paxton, Martin Luther University Halle Wittenberg (MLU), via 'Newsweek'. The virus causes serious damage to the insects' wings before eventually killing them. It has been detected and studied by an international group of researchers for the past 20 years. . 'Newsweek' reports that the virus is spread by varroa mites, widely considered to be one of the largest threats to honeybee populations. Our analysis confirms that the new variant is already the dominating force in Europe. We fear that it's just a matter of time before it will have forced its way all over the world, Professor Dr. Robert Paxton, Martin Luther University Halle Wittenberg (MLU), via 'Newsweek'. According to Paxton, the latest variant of the virus has now been found on all continents except Australia. . Paxton reportedly emphasized that, , "Bees are the most important creature for mankind and the environment.". 'Newsweek' reports that there are now only eight, surviving species of honeybees worldwide, with a total of 43 subspecies

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