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?
Remember those painful bee stings of your childhood? Wouldn't it be nice to have a repellent to ward them off?
Do you shoo away wasps because you're afraid of a nasty sting? Well you can breathe a little easier now. Find out why!
If honeybees in China were to become characters in a superhero comic book, they might be called Great Balls of Fire.
Where in the world are there bees that couldn't care less about flowers, but sure love to sink their mouths into dead animal carcasses?
Learn about the fascinating lives of bees on this Moment of Science.
Social insects such as wasps, bees, and ants rely on sight and odor to distinguish a nest mate from an outsider, but can they decipher between individuals?
Find out how naked mole rats are like insects on this Moment of Science.
Since botulism bacteria cannot survive in oxygen, they form spores that lie dormant until they’re in an oxygen-free environment. For example, the oxygen-free insides of canned goods are prime breeding grounds for botulism.
In most species of social insects, such as wasps, bees, and ants, the females rule. The females are the workers.