Did you know, there are about 25,000 types of bees in the world, with probably more species awaiting discovery?
Were you aware that most species are solitary, that males cannot sting, and that collectively, they help to pollinate an estimated one third of all the food we eat?
But bees are not only important to humans......
they also play a crucial role in biodiversity.
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Oct 28, 16 06:50 AM
How Do Bees Make Honey? Why do they make it? What is honey anyway? Lots of information about honey and honey bees
Oct 26, 16 01:58 PM
How Do Bees Collect Pollen? It depends on the species, but some collect it, then carry it on their hind legs, others on their abdomens, and some in their crops. Others don't collect pollen at all.
Oct 25, 16 04:35 AM
About the wasp life cycle, including the difference between solitary and social wasps.
Oct 24, 16 06:23 AM
Why Do Bumblebees Dig In The Ground? A look at hibernation and the effects of parasites on bumblebee behaviour
Oct 21, 16 01:44 PM
Which bees dig in the ground, and how and why do they do it? It could be nest building, parasites, or hibernation!
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