Cauliflower: pale but powerful. Contains antioxidants, fights oxidative stress, and offers natural sun protection with histidine.
Bees thrive in diverse habitats: hives, nests, marshes, cliffs, grasslands, and more. Essential pollinators with versatile homes.
B-Lines: insect pathways connecting habitats, like a railway network for pollinators. Vital for preserving flowers and biodiversity
Help a struggling bumblebee: gently place it on a flower or offer sugar water for an energy boost. Give it time to recover.
Make a difference for bees: create bee-friendly spaces, plant diverse flowers, spread the buzz to friends
Wings of a bee: hook together for flight, unhook at rest. Adaptations for efficient flying.
Tiny brain, big skills: buff-tailed bumblebees trained to play 'bee football' for sugary rewards. Unbee-lievable intelligence!
Bumblebees use 'smelly footprints' to recognize scents, identify kin, and avoid previously visited flowers. Clever foragers!
Honeybee workers can create a new queen by feeding a chosen larva royal jelly. Larva develops into a fertile queen if the queen