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Bees are a marvel of nature and vital to human existence. The Bee Book is a great introduction to bees and beekeeping and celebrates the wonder of bees in nature, in our gardens and in the hive. A honey bee visits up to 1,000 flowers a day yet produces only 1/12th of a teaspoon of honey in its lifetime. The Bee Book offers startling insights into the lives of bees and shows how we can best support and benefit from their presence in our gardens and hives. Marvel at the industry and intelligence of bees, the turbulent life of a queen and the remarkable properties of honey. Product Information: ISBN: 9780241217429 Publisher: DK Format: Hardback Pages: 221 Dimensions: 24 x 20.5 x 2.5cm

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A guide to beekeeping and management. Topics covered include: the bee and its environment; hives and other equipment; management of the apiary; and control of pests and diseases.

A horde of bees should scare anybody, though not this guy. This is Honey a 15-year-old from Thrissur, in Southern India, with a very special skill: he is a bee whisperer.

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How Do Honeybees Make Honey?
Imagine doing the grocery shopping for a whole hive of bees! The older female workers do just that! They are the field bees we see gathering pollen and nectar from flowers in the spring and summer. Nectar is the liquid that will be turned into honey back at the hive. Each day, these bees might fly several miles from the hive just to get nectar! They really are ‘busy bees’!

They are perfect for the job, using long tongues like drinking straws to suck up the sweet flower nectar. They also have two stomachs, storing the nectar in one called a honey stomach, which acts like the grocery bags we bring home from the store. It can take over a thousand flowers to fill the honey stomach.
When the honey stomach is full, the field bees return to the hive and spit up the nectar into the mouth of the younger female house bees.

The house bees munch on the nectar for about half an hour, chewing it like gum and breaking it down with special chemicals, making it easier for the bees to eat. Then, they deposit the chewed nectar in the wax tubes called cells that make up the honeycomb. The honeycomb forms the inside of the hive, like a food pantry.

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