Queen Bee insect and Honey Bee workers teach humans moral lesson to always bee the best person you can be (like the green celebrities in Bee Movie) —
[Jan. 22 -- Amazing insect photography featuring bee keepers and their nectar seeking friends]
Bee Movie is a children’s cartoon classic made by Dream Works Studios. The family film features the voices of green celebrity actress Renee Zellweger and green celebrity actor Jerry Seinfeld as the hero and heroine characters. [Both are noted humanitarians and eco friendly activists.] The movie sparked the imagination of many young people who became interested in the history of bees and bee keeping.
Bees are known for making honey. Honey bees are loyal to their queen and always work to bring pollen and nectar back to the queen bee in the bees nest. Insects are fascinating to study in general, and while bees might be an insect you want to study from afar, the social interaction of bees while in the hive reveals a great deal about how a species can use positive interaction between society members who each have their own place in the social hierarchy that help create functional and prosperous colonies. The children’s Bee Movie really emphasized this humanitarian theme. [Well, insect - arian, actually.]
Workers help the queen bee to tend to her eggs which are kept safely in the hive. Worker bees also visit a wide variety of local garden flowers, bringing back pollen and nectar that helps nourish the colonies residents and keep the hive thriving.
Bees rely on plants and plants rely on bees. When ever a bee flies to visit flowers, they take little bits of pollen and nectar between the plants to help cross-pollination.
Bees are helpful little insects — but they are not much fun when they sting! Check out these amazing bee keeper photos. These bee your best bee keeper seen in the “man covered in bees” photos below are folks are far braver than me! Amazing. Simply amazing.
Thanks to Dreamworks for always inspiring children to day dream about the world around them and things both real and imaginary.
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