A pollen laden bee went about its springtime work atop a dandelion at Meyer Boulevard and Troost Avenue. Climate change has caused plants to produce more pollen, creating problems for people with allergies.
A pollen laden bee went about its springtime work atop a dandelion at Meyer Boulevard and Troost Avenue. Climate change has caused plants to produce more pollen, creating problems for people with allergies. Keith Myers The Kansas City Star
A pollen laden bee went about its springtime work atop a dandelion at Meyer Boulevard and Troost Avenue. Climate change has caused plants to produce more pollen, creating problems for people with allergies. Keith Myers The Kansas City Star

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