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"If the bee disappears from the surface of the earth, man would have no more than four years to live."
- Albert Einstein
Originally posted by selfisolated
When frozen, they'd tie a bit of string around the bee. Take it back into sunlight, and voila!
Bee on a string!
During cold days you may find what appears to be an injured queen, that is a bee that is not dead but doesn't fly away. She has probably got too cold and does not have enough energy to build up heat. If you take the bee indoors and provide the sugar and water mixture the bee will soon recover and be on her way, though it is best to keep her inside if it is snowing or raining outside.
Originally posted by SiONiX
I know it's a "pretty unspectacluar short-living" little being, but if the same happens to you, you'd probably be happy someone stepping by won't just let you lie around on your back.