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Flight Of The Bumblebee 2 by Mike Hudson on 500px
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According to the laws of physics a bumblebee should not be able to fly. But the bumble doesn't know that, he goes on flying anyway!

The bees where very active today so had a go at trying to capture them in flight

Flight Of The Bumblebee 2 by Mike Hudson on 500px

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This shows the pattern in the bees stripes and also the wings. The texture of the bee is also quite interesting, it almost looks fluffy.

One of the species of bumblebee! These are important pollinators, who live in small colonies, often underground. Be sure to leave them areas where they can make nests! Sent by a nice friend!

Bumble bee on yellow flowers

To go with your pin Tammy Jo.

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Bees love corn flowers and I do too! #Bienen www.apidaecandles.de
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Bees love corn flowers and I do too! #Bienen www.apidaecandles.de

Bees love corn flowers and I do too! #Bienen www.apidaecandles.de
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Bumblebee by Linkineos.deviantart.com pollinators. Now that they are Endangered, how beautiful the miracle of a bee is.
Bumblebee by Linkineos.deviantart.com pollinators. Now that they are Endangered, how beautiful the miracle of a bee is.
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Blue-banded Bee (Amegilla cingulata), native to Australia and Papua New Guinea, bee that prefers to live solitary instead of in communal hives.

"This is the Blue-banded Bee (Amegilla cingulata), a very beautiful insect that is also amazingly important to the agriculture of Australia." -- Click through for photos of more blue-banded bees and to learn more of this very different critter.

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Bees look like teddy bears with a work ethic. Bee portrait by Javier Replinger on

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Fuzzy Pink Cotton Candy Caterpillar via Pascal Bushmaster

Do Not Eat : Fuzzy Pink Cotton Candy Caterpillar via Pascal Bushmaster

Over 75% of flowering plants rely on wild animal pollinators, such as bats, birds, and insects (bees, flies, beetles, butterflies and moths). These animal pollinators are needed for approximately 1/3 of our human food crops. So, if we want to continue to eat good food, then we definitely need to take some time to acknowledge these wonderful pollinators.

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Over of flowering plants rely on wild animal pollinators, such as bats…

If they die we die - Albert Einstein said that if all the bees to disappear, man would have only 4 years of life left. No more bees, no more pollination, no more plants, no more animals, no more people. This is a real threat as pesticides are killing off bees. Help them in your garden by planting open single head flowers, planting the same plants in clusters rather than peppered around the garden, plant for a succession of flowers throughout the by colleen

If they die we die - help them in your garden by planting open single head flowers, planting the same plants in clusters rather than peppered around the garden, plant for a succession of flowers throughout the year. Some good varieties include snowdrops,

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