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Teach kids about BEES! Like many insects, bees go through a process called metamorphosis, changing shape as they grow. And it all takes place in one small cell! | Kids Discover

Teach kids about BEES! Like many insects, bees go through a process called metamorphosis, changing shape as they grow. And it all takes place in one small cell!

Пчеловодство для начинающих: вывод пчелиных маток, обучающее видео и календарь по разведению пчеломаток

Пчеловодство для начинающих: вывод пчелиных маток, обучающее видео и календарь по разведению пчеломаток

bee wheel

bee wheel

Bee Farm, Bee House, Bee Keeping, Honey Bees, Biology, Crosses, Bees, Honey, Beekeeping, The Cross, Beehive, Ap Biology, Cross Stitches

Did you know that bees have a tongue? The tongue of the bee is called the proboscis.

The tongue of the bee is called proboscis and unfolds like a blow horn toy. It is soft and splays at the end, allowing the bee to suck-up any nectar or water.

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illustration for Norm Gary, bee wrangler/author . redrawn from provided, preexisting B & W images . for a new version of the book Hive and the Honey Bee

Marking a Queen bee © Éric Tourneret

marking a Queen bee © Éric Tourneret Queens are marked for 2 reasons; it makes it easier to spot her since she looks so much like the bees; the colour indicates what year the queen was born.

Einfachbeute - Quick Swarm Trap assembly

Einfachbeute - Quick Swarm Trap assembly

Carpenter bee (Xylocopa violacea) | photo by JeanMarie Mouveroux

Carpenter Bee by Jean Marie (Mouveroux Xylocopa violacea) readily identified by its color. Carpenters bees are about 25 mm, glossy black all over, with sparse black hairs. Taken at Le Perreux sur Marne, Ile-de-France, France.

Pszczoła umiera, gdy użądli. Wraz z żądłem pszczoła pozostawia także gruczoły jadowe, co prowadzi do śmierci owada. Człowiek krzyw­dzi mi­lion ra­zy dzien­nie i żyje dalej...

Pszczoła umiera, gdy użądli. Wraz z żądłem pszczoła pozostawia także gruczoły jadowe, co prowadzi do śmierci owada. Człowiek krzyw­dzi mi­lion ra­zy dzien­nie i żyje dalej...