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(BBC-US)   "Tooting, the researchers found, is a queen moving around the colony - announcing her presence to the workers." And you'll never look at Her Majesty the same again   ( divider line
    More: Interesting, Honey bee, Beekeeping, honeybee queens, Worker bees, new queens, queens quack, Dr Martin Bencsik, sensitive vibration detectors  
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2020-06-16 11:47:58 AM  
I love listening to my Queen toot. That makes it easier to find her when I'm going through the hives.
2020-06-16 1:01:50 PM  
Her Majesty's a pretty nice girl, but she doesn't have a lot to say.
2020-06-16 1:06:53 PM  
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2020-06-16 1:07:30 PM  
Bees, bees, the musical cootie
2020-06-16 1:25:47 PM  
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2020-06-16 1:54:52 PM  

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That picture is absolutely perfect. Bravo.
2020-06-16 2:17:06 PM  
well struck your Majesty, or well played (well blowed??) good tone......
by the looks of the above picture, it would seem that Princess whomever has discovered that yes, Queens and other members of royalty certainly do.   A regal salute, if you will, One has skillz, one has got game....

Bee queens as well....  I wonder where they managed to find a microphone that small though....
"Bee" lieve it or not....
2020-06-16 6:02:49 PM  

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