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Honeybees gang up to roast invading hornets alive ? at a terrible cost - New Scientist

New Scientist

Honeybees gang up to roast invading hornets alive ? at a terrible cost
New Scientist
The formation of such ?hot defensive bee balls? was first described in 1995 in Japanese honeybees. Now we know the defence is something of a kamikaze mission for the bees involved. When hornets attack a hive to carry off bees to eat, a group of worker ...

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The rewarding buzz of watching honeybees at work - Fairfield Daily Republic

Fairfield Daily Republic

The rewarding buzz of watching honeybees at work
Fairfield Daily Republic
Carin Celebuski is a beekeeper and horticulturist who moved from a small yard in suburban Washington two years ago to an 80-acre farm north of Baltimore. You might think that shifting beehives from the cramped city to the expansive country, with all ...



Creighton study puts microchips on honeybees - NTV

NTV

Creighton study puts microchips on honeybees
NTV
It's research on a small scale, but only because of the subject and the tools: honeybees and microchips. It's all to learn about what Carol Fassbinder-Orth calls one really big problem. "Where bees disappear from hives, and we don't know much about it ...



Man Runs Backwards Through Ultra Marathons So He Can Help the Future of Honeybees - Good News Network

Good News Network

Man Runs Backwards Through Ultra Marathons So He Can Help the Future of Honeybees
Good News Network
Running ultra marathons is impressive enough; but running backwards through one is astounding ? and that's exactly what Farai Chinomwe did for the sake of honeybees. The South African beekeeper first discovered his knack for running backwards while ...



Honey Bees Beard to Beat the Heat - HowStuffWorks

HowStuffWorks

Honey Bees Beard to Beat the Heat
HowStuffWorks
So it's a good thing honey bees are well-organized, task-oriented insects who stick together like family in colonies of several thousand workers per hive. And did you know that the honey bee is the only insect that produces food eaten by humans (unless ...

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Swarm of honeybees rescued after risking the wrong kind of buzz at Avalon Mall - CBC.ca

CBC.ca

Swarm of honeybees rescued after risking the wrong kind of buzz at Avalon Mall
CBC.ca
Construction workers at the Avalon Mall in St. John's got an unexpected buzz when they found a swarm of honeybees in one of the mall's transformer yards Tuesday. Fortunately for the bees ? and the nearby workers ? beekeeper Paul Dinn was ready to ...



Asian honeybees sacrifice themselves to save the hive from hornets ... - Mother Nature Network

Mother Nature Network

Asian honeybees sacrifice themselves to save the hive from hornets ...
Mother Nature Network
Asian honeybees form 'hot defensive bee balls' to stop hornets, but then die 10 days later.

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Fl. Homeowner Regrets Killing Thousands of Honeybees - EcoWatch

EcoWatch

Fl. Homeowner Regrets Killing Thousands of Honeybees
EcoWatch
First of all, be assured that while a large swarm of honeybees in your home or car might be frightening, the bugs are generally docile so they likely won't harm you if not provoked. Second, and most importantly, you should call a local beekeeper as ...

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Here's how one organization is educating the public on honey bees - HNNDaily

HNNDaily

Here's how one organization is educating the public on honey bees
HNNDaily
HAMTPON ? The Colonial Beekeepers Association has one main goal: To try and educate the public on honey bees and here's how they do it. Andy Westrich, president of the association, has been in charge for the past three years, but the organization ...



Honeybees finding it harder to eat at America's bee hot spot - Phys.Org

Phys.Org

Honeybees finding it harder to eat at America's bee hot spot
Phys.Org
A new federal study finds bees are having a much harder time finding food in America's last honeybee refuge. The country's hot spot for commercial beekeeping is the Northern Great Plains of the Dakotas and neighboring areas, where more than 1 million ...
Honeybees finding it harder to eat at America's bee hot spot as conservation land is converted to row cropsThe Japan Times

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