If you manage to get through to the end, it will be well worth it. There are loads of incredibly-detailed videos of honeybees inside the hive. At the very end you’ll see a brand new baby bee emerging from her cell and being cleaned up by nurse bees. I almost cried seeing it.
There’s one segment in here about bees as artists/sculptors.
You’ll see Dr. Mark Winston and some of his science students in the field experimenting with pheromones by removing a queen bee and observing how long it takes her workers to find her. (Hint: not long!)
Did you know Aristotle was a biologist? News to me!
BEEattitude for Day # 308:Blessed are those who are kind to hairy winged creatures, for we shall pollinate their world.
BEEattitude footnote:Bees are hairy. Wasps are not.