Honeybees leave hive, video

This 26 May 2016 video shows honeybees leaving, and arriving at, their hive at Eemlandhoeve ecological farm in Bunschoten-Spakenburg in the Netherlands.

Here’s how clumps of honeybees may survive blowing in the wind. In lab tests, the insects adjust their positions to flatten out the cluster and keep it stable. By Emily Conover, 11:00am, September 17, 2018.

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