Bees, Honey, and Pollination
00:15 - 02:28
2m 13s
Brielle reminds the way of life of bees, the body structure of bees, the types of work of bees. Bees communicate with others by dancing. Bees have a long tongue and use it to get nectar out of flower. They are attracted to bright blue or purple or violet flowers.


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