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II. Watch again. Complete the answer to each question by circling the correct word you hearin this part.
1. Why does Roubik go to Tulum to find data that indicates the danger of killer bees?
The native bee has been an important part of Maya (culture/civilization). If there wasany change in the bee population, they would (likely/probably) know.
2. How do the modern Maya farmers keep native bees?
The descendants of the ancient Maya have always kept native bees in the(conventional/traditional) way -- until now.
3. Have there been any changes caused by the African honeybees?
Yes. Modern-day Maya farmers now believe that the (African/killer) bees have causedhuge changes.
4. What kind of changes have the modern-day Maya farmers found?
They noticed that two or three years after the African bees(arrived/reached), theirnative bees and their honey were not there.
I. Watch the video again. Put the following statements in the correct order.
A. Scientists started to study the African honeybee in order to improve honey production.
B. The African honeybee reproduced very quickly and developed large swarms in ashort time.
C. Some of the African honeybees escaped.
D. The killer bee started making its home in Panama.
E. The hungry African bees crossed almost the entire South American continent.
II.Oral work. Work with your partner. Discuss how the Africar killer bees invaded the rainforest of Central America with the help of the sentences from Exercise I. You may start bysaying: "At first, a group of scientists started to study ..."