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Victoria’s bee population hit by state’s bushfire disaster | ABC News

The bee population in fire-affected areas across Victoria has taken a huge hit.

Hundreds of hives have been wiped out in the blazes and the forests they live in could take more than a decade to regenerate.

Now, as state political reporter Bridget Rollason reports, the Government has launched a new surveillance program to help track the health of bees.

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