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Biles' dramatic reaction to bee attack reminds us all that she's a normal teen

Biles' dramatic reaction to bee attack reminds us all that she's a normal teen Don't let her impressive floor routines and gravity-defying flips fool you, Simone Biles is just a regular American teen.For instance, before her Olympic glory, after winning in the 2014 World Championships in China, Biles adorably and hilariously ran away from a bee who flew into her bouquet of flowers at the podium after accepting her medal.

More proof that 2017 is just 'Black Mirror' IRL: Bee drones

More proof that 2017 is just 'Black Mirror' IRL: Bee drones The Japanese research team hopes to take some of the pressure off the existing bee population with its artificial pollinators.The research team applied the gels to insect-sized remote control drones rigged with horse hair to mimic a bee's fuzzy body.

Scientists Are Making Robo-Bees

Scientists Are Making Robo-Bees And while there’s been some progress in terms of conversation, an intrepid group of scientists aren’t holding their breath for a solution.Like the keystone of an arched bridge, the entire rest of the structure of the ecosystem rely on them.

This pollinating bee drone shows the powers of these endangered creatures

This pollinating bee drone shows the powers of these endangered creatures are more endangered than ever, requiring protection under the Endangered Species Act for the very first time back in October.Now a college student in Georgia is showing the world just how environmentally vital these creatures really are — by creating a bee drone that pollinates flowers.

Oh bee-have! Microchipped bumblebees reveal the secrets of the hive

Oh bee-have! Microchipped bumblebees reveal the secrets of the hive As it turns out, when it comes to dividing up the workload, bees behave a lot like human beings.Each chips weighed between two and three percent of the bee itself so as to not interfere with the bee’s flight.

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Criminal Gangs Are Stealing Beehives Now

Criminal Gangs Are Stealing Beehives Now As if it wasn’t bad enough that they’re not being killed off by horrible diseases or neonicotinoids, now criminal gangs are stealing their homes/workplaces.Over in New Zealand, beehive thefts have become a very real problem.

RoboBees, city sanctuaries, and hot hives could save the world from ‘beepocalypse’

RoboBees, city sanctuaries, and hot hives could save the world from ‘beepocalypse’ Unless you’ve been living under a rock, or have had your head buried in an empty mining bee hive, you’ve probably heard about the current “beepocalypse.Right now, all over the world, conservationists, engineers, and everyday citizens are leveraging modern technology to help save our buzzing, winged allies.