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Originally posted by Griffo
Flies rely on heat to move. If you cool one down it will slow down or even stop. I saw this experiment once where some flies were put in the freezer, after they had stopped moving they were attached with glue to a wooden frame that resembled a plane. As they heated back up again they began to move and caused the plane to fly.
Back on track, probably in the grass or on a leaf in a tree
Originally posted by brindle
bees never sleep,thats why they rely on sweet honey for the sugar
Originally posted by doobydoll
I believe they flock around my son's aromatic socks and trainers - phew!
But really I dont know the answer.
If they live for only a day maybe they die at night and hatch mornings?