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Trees and shrubs also are effective choices for feeding early emerging honeybees.
There are signs the global honeybee die-off may be slowing.
The research team, including professional tree-climbers from Tree Climbers Malaysia, braved tall, brittle branches and aggressive giant honeybees to set up the camera traps, but Aziz says the results were worth it.
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Humans aren’t unique in this regard; studies of microbiomes in critters from coral reefs to honeybees show that the health of any organism is intimately tied to the microbes that call it home.
Krengel went over the differences between bees and other insects for which honeybees are frequently mistaken.
Along with honeybees, ants are some of the most intelligent beings on the planet, along with dolphins and humans.
Earlier this week, Canada reported that its honeybee colonies grew 10 percent year over year and now stand at about 800,000.
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