These little bees are the perfect honey machines.
There are a few flying animals that aren’t birds out there, and although this isn’t the most exhaustive list, it is one of the oddest…
You might not win the FA Cup with a team of bumblebees, but a new study finds they are quick to learn and efficient innovators.
How can bee stings help in the battle against HIV? Could snake venom be used to treat high blood pressure? Kath Nightingale investigates.
Bumblebees found to pollinate more flowers in cities than the countryside.
Sleep-deprivation is considered to be torture – but can you also use it to pester flies?
Bees fall foul of a fate that wasps don't, but this is no suicide mechanism, instead it's an incredibly effective weapon.
From the honeybee to the humpback whale, animals dance to show off to potential mates, canoodle with loved ones and even to tell family members the whereabouts of food. We count down eight of nature’s greatest dance moves.
Hooked on caffeine? So are bees, and according to scientists at the University of Sussex, plants are using this little quirk to their advantage.
Love honey? You better hope bees aren’t buzzing off anytime soon then.
Ever told anyone "you're the bee's knees" and then wondered if what you'd said had any relevance to bees at all?
If you think bee-lieve they're only good for making honey then you can buzz right off!
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