Bee Stings: Weekend Linkage on Bees


In an odd accident on the New Jersey Turnpike over the weekend, a beehive fell off a truck on to the pavement and killed most of the bees inside. Often bees are transported in their hives along the Eastern Seaboard to assist in agriculture projects such as cross-pollination of crops.   This time it didn’t work out. (Philly.com)

Bee stings can cause anaphylaxis, a serious allergic reaction. (Tribune Media Services)

Killer bees were discovered in Evangeline Township, Louisiana. According to the Daily World, killer bees were responsible for 11 deaths in Texas in the past 15 years. (Daily World)

Crows and bees are fighting out in Tokyo.  Who knew bees could fly as high as crows. (Inventor’s Spot)

Cross-pollination efforts have become focused toward native bees rather than rented honeybees.  (Macon.com)

July 21, 2008 – 5:57 pm

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