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Slovenia's abuzz with bee tourism
by Erica Buist
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7 August 2016
On 7 August 2016 The Guardian reported:
It's perhaps no surprise that api-tourism is exploding here: Slovenia, population two million, is bonkers about bees. There are five beekeepers for every thousand people, and eight hives per square km (in the UK, it's just one). And the age of the average beekeeper is falling as more young people take it up: many turned pro during the economic crisis.
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