Wettest April in 100 years means trouble for bees

Last updated at 06:25
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Find out why wet weather is bad for bees

We're used to April showers in the UK, but last month was the wettest April for more than a century.

It's caused serious problems for bees as it's been too cold and wet for them to find food. In some cases, entire colonies have died of starvation.

Bees are really important for farming as they help to pollinate crops that produce food we eat.

Joe went to speak to a bee keeper and discovered a secret weapon to help the insects!