Bees in China are more pollinated by bees than we know

China has the world’s largest bee population and bees have even become more popular than other animals, new research has found.

Researchers at Beijing Normal University in China have recorded the bees in the cities of Wuhan, Shanghai and Tianjin, using the Chinese National Pollinator Monitoring System.

The research found the bees were more pollinator-friendly than previous studies that used different methods of counting pollinators, and that this trend is likely to continue.

The Chinese government has been trying to reduce the number of bees in its environment and reduce their impact on food production.

But there is still a huge amount of work to do to help the Chinese people.

This study is the first to look at the effects of bees on human health, said the researchers, who have published their findings in the journal PLOS ONE.

The study showed the bees had higher levels of vitamin D, which is associated with health.

The researchers found that, compared with their wild counterparts, the bees used less energy during their day, ate less food and used less pesticides.

This was mainly due to a higher use of energy-efficient technologies such as solar panels, they said.