Honey bees outfitted with tiny microchips reveal possible bizarre effects of a covert, yet deadly, virus.

Detective work involving honey bees outfitted with ultra-small microchips reveals that a virus once thought to be relatively benign is causing honey bees to live fast and die young.

The pathogen, a covert form of deformed wing virus that is described in the journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B, may even be exerting a form of mind control over worker honey bees.

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