A creative honeybee!!
Bee is a wonderful creature that prepares a delicious product like honey, which is no less than a boon for human beings. Honey is the only food in which all the other elements to sustain life including water are present. It consists of 80 per cent sugar and 20 per cent water and then honey is a product that never spoils. Apart from honey, there are so many other characteristics of bees, which make them unique organisms. It also has a special role in the balance of the ecosystem.
Labour is a motivator to the bee. This tiny creature with its tireless efforts collects pollen grains from each flower and prepares honey. To produce one pound or 454 grams of honey, swarm bees have to travel 55 thousand miles to collect honey from 2 million flowers, which is equivalent to the labour of 768 bees in a lifetime.
A bee can produce honey only 12th of a spoon in its lifetime and a bee travels from 50 to 100 flowers in one round. In this way, the honey that we enjoy while chattering can be imagined about how many bees have this sweet fruit of tireless labour and effort. There is no answer to the beauty with which the beehive is made. It reflects the unmatched engineering prowess of this tiny creature, which man has not yet been able to imitate at the height of scientific progress. It is known that bees have 5 eyes and 6 legs. They fly at a speed of 20 miles per hour.
There are three types of bees living in a hive. Also called a drone. In these, the life of the hive is centred around the queen bee. It lays 1500 to 2000 eggs during its active days. Flies collect pollen grains from flowers and make honey from them. They can sting. If they are in danger of attacking their hive, they sting, in a way they even sacrifice themselves to protect their hive; While the male fly does not have a sting, their role in reproduction is human, after which their life span ends.
Bees are an example of cooperation, cooperation and unity. They work in tandem and are in a state of constant communication. Their life is very disciplined and be it day or night, rain or heat, they are active all the time – except for the necessary rest in between. Bees play a special role in the pollination of flowers. When they collect pollinations from flowers, some of the pollinations fall on other flowers, which produce fruits. If there are no bees on this earth, then we cannot even imagine the world of fruits and flowers and plants.