Pests do have a purpose, and it's not just to bother humans.
Get up close and personal with bees, flies and more, in these insect portraits.
Alpine bumblebees have the ability to fly at elevations greater than Mt. Everest, scientists have found.
Honeybees have little clawed legs that can tell the difference between sweet, bitter and salty tastes.
Leaf-cutter bees use shreds of plastic bags or dollops of polyurethane sealant to construct some of their nests. Continue reading →
The ancestors of modern carpenter bees may have become extinct roughly 65 million years ago, around the same time the dinosaurs were wiped out.
A deadly bat disease has been detected for the first time in Minnesota and shows no sign of slowing its spread.
Caffeine-laced nectar provides bees with a memory boost and helps them find flowers. ->
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