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Bees: Social Or Solitary Insect?


Bees: Social Or Solitary Insect?

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Item Number:
NDM 23450
Price:
$49.00
Format:
DVD
Length:
12 min.
Copyright:
2005
Closed Caption:
n/a
Producer:
New Dimension Media
Summary:
In this program, we cancompare social bees with solitary bees. Bumblebees are shown gathering pollen and their characteristics are contrasted with those of honeybees. Students will learn about the different roles that bees in this society have. The red mason bee is a solitary bee that goes to great lengths to camouflage the nests where individual eggs are laid.


Series Name:
    Big World Of Insects, Spiders and Bugs Series



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