Bees are the most amazing creatures. They are actually far more gentle than humans give them credit for.
McDonalds Singapore is no longer the bee's knees for a drive-thru customer whose order of fries included a crispy deep-fried bee.
Like Hamlet, the Calamintha Bee might have wondered whether or not it will survive [to be] or die from extinction [not to be].
They are both long words that sound alike. They both are involved in scientific fields. One researches "insects & arthropods," while the other focuses on "disease and viruses."
Giant Asian Hornets, with body lengths up to 2 inches has a cartoonish mask face featuring ironic teardrop eyes like Spider-Man. His back-side has orange and black tiger-like stripes, with sizable dragon-fly wings that expand more than 3 inches.
Humans had to be instructed about the necessity for 'social distancing.' For animals, they are born with a sensitivity to detect diseases in others, in advance.
Conservationists are calling it the "unnoticed insect apocalypse," and warn that if the world doesn't act now, there will be profound consequences to all forms of life.
If you're a bee lover, perhaps for Valentine's Day this year, you can help them avoid extinction. You can do this by growing some Cannabis in your garden (that is, if it's legal in your state?).