Urban structures create homes for solitary bees
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Springwise has covered various innovations designed to protect the natural world, such as seed balls and an app to raise awareness of endangered native species. With urban environments growing, it is becoming increasingly difficult to protect species that flourish in rural ones. Mexican creative agency, MaliArts, has designed a collection of three structures aiming to provide homes for solitary bees in cities. The structures offer shelter, food, and water to create the perfect environment for various species of solitary bees. The project's name, Refugio, is after the Spanish word for refuge. Solitary bee species are often more vulnerable than hive…
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