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Vanessa Fuchs Vanessa.Fuchs at bgcp.nsw.gov.au
Fri Nov 30 01:40:35 UTC 2018


Bizarre BEE-haviour & snotty gobbles

Bees predate the dinosaurs and they've been doing some crazy and complex things inside the hive. From using a 'waggle dance' to communicate where food is to making their own bread.

Pretty cute, right?

Wait until you hear what the Queen bee does...

Listen to the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney's Branch Out podcast episode to discover the beautiful and bizarre BEE-haviour humans and snotty gobbles rely on. Available on any Apple<https://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/branch-out/id1388761048?mt=2> or Android<http://www.subscribeonandroid.com/rss.whooshkaa.com/rss/podcast/id/3356> podcast app.

If you like the show - please leave a five-star rating, a review and share Branch Out with your networks.



Vanessa Fuchs
Science Communications Officer

Botanic Gardens & Centennial Parklands
M 0438 892 594
E vanessa.fuchs at bgcp.nsw.gov.au<mailto:vanessa.fuchs at bgcp.nsw.gov.au>
Mrs Macquaries Road, Sydney NSW 2000


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