How Do We Address The Disappearance of Bees
Stella~Our class is trying hard to figure out ways to bring back the bees since their amounts are dropping. Then we thought about cloning…..Our minds started to think about the“Time for Kids” we read about cloning with DNA. Scientists can do tests to find bees that do not have any diseases. Then collect DNA to bring them back. Which is cloning. I can’t wait to find out how much further this will go! ~Stella
Have Bees Been Cloned?
We have found out that the first insect clones have been made. Now, what we want to find out is if scientists can clone bees. Now we have also found another question. If a thing goes extinct then was it fulfilling its purpose? So now since the bees have went down in population, were they doing something wrong? So if we clone them are we making the right decision, if the bees aren’t doing the right thing. Basically if we clone them they may go up in population, but there is one problem…… are humans going to overpopulate them? ~McKinley, Olivia, and Lorraine~
A Question to Ponder-- Is cloning a good solution?
Hello there! Its Savannah, Zach, and Taisha and we have a question for you, “Should we clone bees?” We think no because they might overpopulate or/and go extinct. The bees will probably not get enough food, or they might not have the same instincts as the normal bee. So the question is should we?
Is cloning ok? Well, we think it is ok because it can save species such as bees. Cloning can be a good thing or a bad thing. It can be bad because if we clone bees, then they could overpopulate humans. It is a good thing because for farmers, they could use cloning to increase the number of their herd. It is also a bad thing because the clones organs aren’t fully developed.
Hi! Our names are Maci and Gracie and we are here to inform you about cloning bees. Gracie and I think think that it would be dangerous because they are so small, and it may sting you when you are trying to get a sample of it’s DNA. They might even die because they are so small and you might hurt them while trying to get their DNA. But it also could help our ecosystem because they pollinate the flowers. We have been losing bees lately, and it could help around our ecosystem. The bees may not have the same capabilities as the bee that was cloned. If we kept losing so many bees, we would not have them to make honey and pollinate the flowers and plants. They make a big part in our ecosystem and communities.
Recently, we asked the question will cloning bees solve extinction. I say no. There are many ways that could not work or backfire. My first reason is because things are born with instincts and learn things. If they were all cloned, would they still have instincts. If not “bam” there go the bees. Also, if we weren't the ones who killed them then don’t bring them back. This is called natural selection,or as most of you know it as, Survival of the Fittest. They died because something else is doing their job better. So, if the bees aren’t extinct because of us don’t make them again. Mother Nature did it for a reason. This is Jason, signing out. *mic drop*