This video, from Clanwilliam in South Africa, is called Bees browse on pollen-laden blooms.
From New Scientist:
How to be reincarnated as a queen
* 00:01 01 April 2008
* Ewen Callaway
After a miserable life of hard labour and daily suffering – ending in death – it would be great to be reincarnated as royalty. Now we are able to reveal what to do to ensure just that outcome.
However, those looking for scientific evidence of their previous life as Cleopatra or Charlemagne might be disappointed. For successful reincarnation, first you need to make sure you are a Cape honeybee from South Africa. In these social insects, lowly female workers are sometimes reborn as pampered queens.
This is possible because the worker bee’s DNA can be reincarnated as a queen in a kind of asexual reproduction known as parthenogenesis. The scientist who has identified the phenomenon, Madeleine Beekman of the University of Sydney in Australia, calls this “genetic reincarnation”. It’s not resurrection – the insects themselves live but once.