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Bees are struggling to survive in erratic weather conditions

In 2020, across Nepal, beekeepers produced half the honey they did in 2017. Image: Reuters/ Pramod Acharya

Pramod Acharya

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Chitra Bhan Khatri walks through his beehive farm in Dang, Nepal, November 13, 2021.
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Chitra Bhan Khatri walks through his beehive farm in Dang, Nepal, November 13, 2021.
Chitra Bhan Khatri walks through his beehive farm in Dang, Nepal, November 13, 2021. Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Pramod Acharya

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