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Compound Interest May 20
For , here's a look at the chemistry behind the honey some bees produce: ๐Ÿ
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Y. Miles Zhang May 20
Happy , remember there are plenty of native pollinators in addition to Apis mellifera!
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The Wildlife Trusts May 20
Have you spotted any of these beauties today?
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Irish Archaeology May 20
Bees were so important in Early Medieval Ireland that they had their own set of laws the 'Bechbretha'. These judgements covered such topics as ownership of swarms, theft of bee-hives and neighbours' entitlements to honey from a beekeeper
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Greenpeace May 20
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oldeuropeanculture May 20
A bee covered in pollen...Amazing pic by Stalex photo
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iNaturalist May 20
It's so check out this Cerulean Carpenter , seen in by gancw1. It's one of the nearly 440k bee observations on iNaturalist! Here are all bee observations on iNat, sorted by most-faved
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Bumblebee May 20
A super sonic Bumblebee watch party to celebrate ? Quit pollen our leg! Sonicโ€™s ready to buzz through this robot-fighting flick in record time.
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Lewis 'Horticultural Lad' Bartlett ๐Ÿ๐Ÿฐ May 20
y'all! Thank you to my friends and colleagues (the honeybees) who have suffered me working with them for coming close to 10 years (!) now. ๐Ÿ๐Ÿฏ๐Ÿค“ Pictured: a thriving colony; a row of growing queens-to-be; wax comb with a bee egg in each cell.
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Bindi Irwin May 20
Bee Bloopers... ๐Ÿ These tiny warriors are protecting the world by visiting one flower at a time.
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Adopt Me! May 20
hear ye hear ye, the Queen Bee is here to wish everyone a lovely ! ๐Ÿ
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PETA May 20
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Lubna matloob May 20
On ๐Ÿhere's a photo ,I took last year.๐ŸŒป
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Homer Simpson May 20
You guys are pathetic. No wonder Smithers made me head bee guy. ๐Ÿ
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DC Super Hero Girls May 20
We think she's the bee's knees! ๐Ÿ๐Ÿ’›๐Ÿ–ค
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Ticia Verveer May 20
A delicate Minoan gold ornament, in the form of a bee, to mark The bee is finely decorated with filigree-work and granulation. 1700-1600 B.C., Crete.
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Luka Culiberg May 20
Since it's a today, I want to do a little thread connecting bees, Japan, Slovenia and Europe. The is celebrated on May 20, the day Slovenian beekeeper Anton Janลกa, the pioneer of beekeeping, was born in 1734.
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๐ŸŸcarol hedges May 20
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Rare Ltd. May 20
has us thinking about the humble Hymenoptera that have buzzed around games over the years. Look, there's a few under these very words! Bee-autiful - and almost as inspiring as the real thing. Can't help but love those industrious little pollinators.
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The Kratt Brothers May 20
Happy ! ๐Ÿ One of the worldโ€™s most frequent floral visitors is the honeybee! They can be found across the continents, except Antarctica, and are incredibly important when it comes to the pollination of a wide variety of plants, flowers, trees and agricultural crops.
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