I hope no one took that title yet.
The Vanishing of the Bees taught us that bees are leaving. It tad us when they left, how many, who they left but never why they left. Various theories discussed possibilities but no real answer to the disappearances was ever brought to light by the end. So where’d the fuzzy little tykes fly off to? Maybe some form of bee paradise. Maybe they went off to warn the aliens! But, the most probably is that they all just flew off and randomly died alone.
It might not be true, but it would certainly seem to be the case that human intervention over the years has caused this, though it could possibly be profitable for scientists to see if this sort of thing happens in nature as well, which the movie ever touched on. If it is just with manufactured bee hives then there might bee (aheh) more of a clue there as to if we’re the ones causing the whole fiasco.
It is a strong possibility that the synthetic food and such that people have been using on them has kind of screwed with their genetics subtly over time, causing them to take permanent vacations, but again, there wasn’t really any conclusive evidence to suggest that either.
The primary focus should be seeing if this hive abandonment is something that is occurring naturally or if it’s just something that began in recent years, only in man-made and preserved hives.
The vanishing of the Bees