Category Archives: Bees Around The World

Japanese scientists demonstrate ‘drone bee’ prototype

Japanese scientists demonstrate ‘drone bee’ prototype A group of Japanese researchers have successfully demonstrated that a small ‘drone bee’ can be used to artificially pollinate flowers. The team from the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) demonstrated … Continue reading

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South Africa/Sri Lanka match delayed due to bizarre reason

South Africa/Sri Lanka match delayed due to bizarre reason A buzz like no other in Johannesburg today as a swarm of bees invaded the One Day International match between South Africa and Sri Lanka. An unusual invasion took place at … Continue reading

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Inaugural Egyptair Cargo flight delivers an unusual workforce – of 60 million

The inaugural Egyptair Cargo freighter touched down at Ras Al Khaimah International Airport on Sunday (15 October) with some delicate passengers from Cairo – about 60 million of them!   They were honey bees destined for farms across the UAE. … Continue reading

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New Zealand Features Honey Bee on World’s First Silver Hexagonal Coin with Resin Inclusion

The Reserve Bank of New Zealand has unveiled (August 1) a new coin paying homage to the humble honey bee, or Apis mellifera. The honey bee is an integral part of our lives, providing honey while pollinating flowers and plants … Continue reading

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These Photos Capture The Startling Effect Of Shrinking Bee Populations

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