Israeli robotic beehive. (screenshot)

This Israeli invention is stopping worldwide deficit of bees, which are insects responsible through pollination for 30 percent of the world’s food supplies.

Israeli scientists recently developed a robotic beehive, which prevents bees from bringing pack poisons, pesticides, and diseases that are wiping out bee populations worldwide.

The Israeli hive represents a major breakthrough for agriculture, because around one-third of the world’s food supplies rely on pollination by bees.

The robotic hive keeps the queen bee safe and protects the colony from a wide range of dangers.