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Quick fact

The term ‘making a beeline’ refers to the worker bee’s quickest route back to the hive.

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21st Apr 2011 Posted by: Rowse

Make your own Baby Bee Easter Eggs

While you're waiting for the Easter Bunny to deliver some yummy chocolate eggs, you can make your own baby bees out of Easter eggs, and have them buzz around your home.

Did you know?..

Each bee colony has a unique smell. Bees flash their smell like identification cards at the hive’s front door. If they don’t smell right, the guard bees won’t let them in.

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11th Jul 2011 Posted by: Rowse

Which bee are you?

There are three types of bees in a hive: worker bees, drone bees and one queen bee. They each have very different jobs. Which one would you be? Take this quiz to find out.

Quick fact

Bees visit 2 million flowers to produce just 500g of honey.

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8th Sep 2011 Posted by: Rowse

How to make a Huggable Honey Bee

Feeling crafty? Why not create your very own snuggly sock bee. Just follow these easy steps...

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15th Sep 2011 Posted by: Rowse

Do You Like To Buzz?

To us, there's nothing more beautiful than the sound of a buzz. If you think so too, then you'll love learning this song.

Did you know?..

Sometimes honey crystallises when it gets cold. It’s completely harmless, and just means glucose has separated from the rest of the sugars because of the temperature. You can dissolve the crystals by putting the honey jar in an airing cupboard or a basin of hot water until it becomes clear.

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22nd Dec 2011 Posted by: Rowse

Snuggly Bee Mug Cosy

Keep your tea toasty with this adorable bee mug cosy. A doddle if you know how to crochet (and if you don't yet, there's no better time like the present!).

Little Bee at your service! I found 5 posts about "bees".
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And see what the other bees found...