HONEY BEE SUCKING NECTAR

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Macro shot of honey bee sucking nectar from the daisy flower. If you don't know nectar tastes like a sweet water to the insects. Bees play an important part in pollination, the scientific phenomenon that helps to keep the ecosystem balanced. Honey making is not possible without sucking nectar from the plants. They are also the main source of energy for the bees besides the pollen.

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Do you know that bees are also solid team player. The worker bees has good communication to determine the best flower from where they can suck the nectar so that they can keep the hive healthy. Bees store honey in the 6 sided hexagonal honeycombs. They share this honey they have stored during the winter where flowers don't bloom. Honey found in one place is little bit different than the other place because that all depends on the flower nectar that varies by the location and the season.

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