Why do some bees engage in riskier behavior than other members of their colony?
What do reindeer, cavefish, marine worms, and bees have in common?
Some bee and wasp species have developed a killer instinct.
This feat of collective mimicry is a testament to just how clever evolution can be.
You might be surprised by just how alike the world's homeliest rodent species is to many colony-building insect species.
Ever heard germs can't grow in honey? While true, honey may still contain bacteria spores that can be lethal to infants.
A team of scientists wondering if some bees might be natural risk takers decided to put that question to the test.
You've probably heard that elephants are afraid of small rodent like mice and rats. But is there really any truth in this? Find out on A Moment of Science.
On today's Moment of Science, learn about the predatory relationship between caterpillars and wasps.
Many insects hibernate or migrate during the winter, but honeybees are more like us, they bundle up and wait for spring. How do they survive?