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Bee rustlers attack puts future of colony at risk

Bee rustlers have struck for the second time within weeks at a colony at Compton Verney art gallery in Warwickshire, leaving volunteers devastated and putting the lives of the remaining bees at risk.

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Fears for bees after rustlers strike Warwickshire colony

A bee colony in Warwickshire has been struck for the second time in weeks, putting the lives of the bees at risk.

One of two hives at Compton Verney art gallery was removed by thieves in November.

Volunteer beekeeper, Rod Oates, says it is 'touch and go' as to whether the bees can survive.

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