Honeybees Have Most Sophisticated Language For Danger
Honey bees have developed the most sophisticated language for communicating danger in the insect kingdom – allowing them to deliver a warning by buzzing and headbutting their companions at the same time, according to new research.
'Like sending bees to war': the deadly truth behind your almond milk obsession
Bees are essential to the functioning of America’s titanic almond industry – and billions are dying in the process
Did you know this about bees?
Did you know that bees sleep between five and eight hours a day, sometimes in flowers? Also, they like to sleep with other bees and hold each other’s feet. #bees #honeybees #pollinators #honey #bee_love
Turns Out, There’s A Bee Species That Sleep In Flowers And It’s As Cute As It Sounds
We need bees. They're the world's most important pollinator of food crops. In fact, it is estimated that one third of the food that we consume each day relies on pollination mainly by bees. But as much as we are used to seeing them buzzing with work, they need their beauty sleep as well. Recently, wildlife photographer Joe Neely captured two bees snuggling in a flower, and the shot shows a beautiful side of them we rarely witness.
The secret to better berries? Wild bees
Want bigger, faster-growing blueberries? New research shows wild bees are an essential secret ingredient in larger and better blueberry yields—producing plumper, faster-ripening berries.