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Honey bee Rake - The honey bee uses this "rake" to scrape together the pollen that is collected on the pollen brush of the opposite rear leg

Reverence for Bees :: Honey bee Rake - The honey bee uses this "rake" to scrape together the pollen that is collected on the pollen brush of the opposite rear leg.

Honey bee making wax ~ fascinating! Honeybees are born with 8 bits of wax on their tummies. They chew them to form the wax needed to build honeycomb on which the bees live.

Honey bees have 8 pockets on their belly where glands secrete wax. When the liquid cools the bee uses her foot to grab a scale and then chews it to shape it to make combs.

giant honey bees nest http://www.pinterest.com/veraicona00/animal-architecture/

Honey is Life - The Kattunayakan are tribal people who live deep in the forests in South India. They collect and sell wild honey. Children as young as 8 go along and actively participate in harvesting the honey from trees up to 80 ft high.