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Remember the Bees That Swarmed Times Square? We Tried to Find Out Where They Came From

13. september 2018 - 22:02
Where the 20,000 insects ended up is known, thanks to Twitter, but where they originated from before invading a hot dog cart in Manhattan remains a mystery, and a blame game.

Bees Swarm Times Square Hot-Dog Stand

29. august 2018 - 0:18
The sudden swarm sent passers-by running on Tuesday, but a brave crowd stayed to watch a beekeeper from the New York Police Department capture the insects.

Paris Bees at Work From Notre-Dame to the Luxembourg Gardens

24. august 2018 - 22:58
Paris has seen a marked rise in urban beekeeping, with more than 1,000 hives atop landmark buildings as well as in community gardens across the city.

Plan Bee: The Rise of Alternative Pollinators

21. august 2018 - 9:30
Honeybees are under siege, straining the business of farming. Now growers are turning to other bee species to help their crops.

The Super Bowl of Beekeeping

15. august 2018 - 12:00
Almond growing in California is a $7.6 billion industry that wouldn’t be possible without the 30 billion bees (and hundreds of human beekeepers) who keep the trees pollinated — and whose very existence is in peril.

Hives in the City

27. juuli 2018 - 21:17
Is urban honey tainted by pollution?

With a Sniff and a Signal, These Dogs Hunt Down Threats to Bees

3. juuli 2018 - 17:34
In Maryland, a state employee is training dogs to inspect hives for harmful bacteria — a crucial job as honeybees are sent around the country to pollinate crops.

Bumblebees Thrive in the City but Struggle on the Farm

27. juuni 2018 - 20:31
Facing two unnatural environments, these important pollinators are finding better niches to exploit in urban areas.

The Wellness World’s Buzzy New Best Friend

20. juuni 2018 - 12:00
Bees and all that come with them — minus the stings — are the latest beauty obsession.

Do Bees Know Nothing?

7. juuni 2018 - 21:00
Researchers say bees understand the concept of nothing, or zero. But do we understand what that means?

Fall in Love With Bees on an ‘Apitourism’ Trip to Slovenia

9. mai 2018 - 12:00
Honey bees are integral to Slovene culture, and there’s a lot to learn about them on this affordable tour.

In Bryant Park, 3 Million Bees, Sold From the Back of a Truck

13. aprill 2018 - 23:23
The delivery of 3 million Italian honeybees to a Manhattan park brought out 150 urban beekeepers who tend hives throughout New York City.

5 Plants and Animals Utterly Confused by Climate Change

4. aprill 2018 - 12:00
Global warming is causing spring to arrive early and autumn to come late in many places, and not all species are adapting at the same rate.

Afraid of Snakes? Wasps and Dogs Are Deadlier

5. märts 2018 - 19:59
People killed by animals were most often attacked by bees, hornets and dogs, a new analysis finds.

Elephants Are Very Scared of Bees. That Could Save Their Lives.

26. jaanuar 2018 - 21:57
Researchers have compared the reactions of elephants in Africa and Asia to bee swarms, in efforts at protecting the endangered animals from angered farmers or poachers.

You Should Think of Hummingbirds as Bees With Feathers

7. detsember 2017 - 19:29
Scientists say it will be easier to understand hummingbirds in some cases if we use insights gained from the study of bees.

How Bees Freshen Up

7. detsember 2017 - 18:46
Research shows how honeybees use their hairy legs to clear pollen from their hairy eyes.

How Snapdragons Beckon Bees With More Than One Color

17. november 2017 - 20:58
Subspecies of the flowers share most of their genes, but differ in a handful that lead to some being yellow on magenta and others being magenta on yellow.

The Mystery of the Dead Bumblebees and the Linden Trees

28. september 2017 - 0:07
Large numbers of bees were turning up sick or dead beneath fragrant trees in botanic garden in London. Two scientists set out to crack the case.

Can You Pick the Bees Out of This Insect Lineup?

11. september 2017 - 12:00
How can we save the pollinators if we don’t even recognize them?