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  • Fighting a locust plague amid Covid-19 in east Africa


    The recent coronavirus pandemic is only exacerbating the problems currently facing herders, also known as pastoralists, in Kenya. They’ve seen their livestock devastated and crops destroyed after the worst locust invasions in 70 years and villagers are bracing themselves for another swarm, 400 times larger if left unchecked.  With less vegetation for grazing, herders can sometimes infringe on neighbours land, causing violent conflict. We follow Josephine Ekiru, a peace-builder, who is trying to help as economic insecurity caused by the pandemic fuels attacks
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  • Fearless Honey Badger takes on 6 Lions. | Caught in the Act


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  • Entering Kill Zone with Great White Sharks!


    On this episode of Blue Wilderness, Mark and the crew are in Mexico and heading out on an adventure where they encounter their very first Great White Sharks -- in the kill zone!

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  • Facing the giant bees | SLICE I Full documentary


    In the northwest of Nepal, men scale the vertiginous rock faces of the Himalayas to gather the honey of wild bees. These expert climbers risk their lives every spring at an altitude of more than 3,000 metres where they face the giant Apis Laboriosa bees, the biggest species on the planet.
    Moti, a young boy, will climb the cliffs for the first time. He’d like to become a honey hunter like his father. He seems full of confidence, but he must exhibit both patience and endurance to become a true honey hunter. His enthusiasm is a good sign for the continuation of this disappearing activity. But will he be able to step into his father’s shoes?

    Documentary: Facing the Giant Bees
    Direction: Jérôme Ségur
    Production: ZED - Manuel Catteau

    With: Moti prasad chhantel, Bal bahadur chhantel, Chandra bahadur chhantel, Belmaya chhantel, Pa bahadur chhantel

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  • The Nomadic Night | SLICE | Full documentary


    At an altitude of 4500 meters, on the highest plateaus of Karnak in the Himalayan région of Ladakh, in a lunar setting where the sky blends with the mineral immensity, director Marianne Chaud filmed the movements of these last nomads. Immersed for months in their community, speaking their language, she placed her camera as close as possible to their voices and gestures, offering viewers encounters of a rare intimacy. As much as the splendor of the landscapes, the extreme harshness of the living conditions or the emotion shared with these nomads, it is this closeness that creates the magic of the film.

    Documentary The Nomadic Night
    Direction: Marianne Chaud
    Production: ZED (Manuel Catteau) for ARTE France

    With thanks to Ladakh, to all the nomadic people of Karnak,
    To Dechen and his family, Phuntsog Tashi and Padma Dorje.

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  • Urgan, child of the Himalaya I SLICE I Full documentary


    Urgan is 9 years old. He lives in a village in the northern Himalayas, isolated at 3,800 meters above sea level. The Buddhist tradition wants him to leave his family to join his monastery. To do so, he will have to cross the Wori La pass, located at more than 5,000 meters above sea level.
    Accompanied by his cousin, he travels for several days on an initiatory path marked by funny situations, unexpected, spiritual, disturbing or fascinating encounters: a path to enlightenment.

    “Urgan, child of the Himalaya”
    Direction: Corine Glowacki & Philippe Bigot
    Production: ZED & France 3

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  • Becoming a man among the borana | SLICE | Full documentary


    In Southern Ethiopia, 11 year-old Wario belongs to the Borana, a semi-nomadic tribe renowned for salt trading in the region. It is time for him to prove himself and his family, that he is a real Borana, and can take on important responsibilities in the community.
    He will undergo a 200 km initiatory journey to learn the difficult labor of salt trade. Accompanied by his father, he will face the many dangers of the desert: heat, thirst, fatigue and threats from enemy tribes. Will he make it across the desert to sell his precious white gold?

    Becoming a Man among the Borana
    Direction: Jean Queyrat
    Production: ZED & France Télévisions - Xavier Vaire & Manuel Catteau

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  • Soul of the Mongolian Horseman | Full Documentary | SLICE


    In the steppes of Mongolia, a horse-breeding family is hosting four city children for several months.
    They have come to learn Morin Khuur, an ancestral violin, and the wild nature of the plains are the source of inspiration. Omba, an elderly and intelligent musician, teaches them this magical instrument, which is said to have healing power.
    When they return to their town, the children will continue to play this horse-headed violin, to ensure the continuation of this oral custom.

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    Soul of the Mongolian Horseman
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    UNESCO proclaimed the traditional music of the Morin Khuur a masterpiece of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity.

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  • The young girl and the monkey I SLICE I Full documentary


    Koun is a survivor of the Khmer Rouge tragedy. She was once a famous dancer, and today contributes to the restoration of the Royal Ballet by teaching dance to children.
    Sre Cha, the most talented of Koun's students, dreams of performing as the White Apsara, the divinely beautiful dancer. Kmao, the mischievous boy from the slums, wants to dance as Hanuman, the white monkey, a hero for all Cambodian boys.

    Documentary: “The young girl and the monkey”
    Direction: Jérôme Ségur
    Production: ZED for TF1 & Ushuaia TV

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  • Amazing Find Giant HoneyBee For Food At The Forest, How To Find Giant HoneyBee


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  • Costa-Rica Those who talk to the stones | SLICE | Full documentary


    Among the mountains lives a hidden community: the Bribri Indians. Called “those who talk to the stones”, because of their unique and fascinating relationship with the mineral world. The stones they own were handed down to them by their God, “Sibù”, to allow them communicate with the underworld, and to heal on the Earth.

    Costa-Rica Those who talk to the stones
    Written and directed by: Alexandre Mostras
    Production: Ma Drogue À Moi & Ushuaïa TV - Marie Drogue
    Connecting Traditions a series created by Marie Drogue

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  • The Last Honey Hunter ft. Renan Ozturk and Mark Synnott


    Renan Ozturk and Mark Synnott travel to Nepal with National Geographic to experience the last traditional honey harvest. Watch exclusive, behind the scenes footage of the harvest here. Discover more:

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  • Bees Kill A Giant Hornet With Heat | Buddha Bees and The Giant Hornet Queen | BBC Earth


    The giant hornet has one terrible weakness - it cannot stand heat. After millions of years facing their enemy, the bees use this to their advantage.

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    Natural World: Buddha Bees and The Giant Hornet Queen
    It's springtime on Honshu Island, and a queen stirs from hibernation. She alone has the ability to create an empire of winged killers, one that will last all summer long. She is a Japanese giant hornet: the largest wasp on the planet. Armed with razor-sharp jaws, thick armour plating, and a lethal half-inch stinger, these hornets have but one mission: to spread their majesty's reign to the whole countryside. Is there nothing that can stop this murderous horde? Or will the giant monsters destroy all who stand in their way, man and insect alike?

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  • A Fleas Fantastic Jump Takes More Than Muscle | Deep Look


    Before they can bite your cat or dog, these little itch hikers make an amazing leap 100 times faster than the blink of an eye. So how do they do it?

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    Spring is here, and with it, the start of flea season. With the warming weather, people and their pets are spending more time outside — which increases the chances of bringing home a hungry “itch hiker.”
    While pet owners curse the tiny insects and look for a way to rid them from their homes, it turns out fleas actually perform some remarkable athletic feats, like jumping 50 times their height — the equivalent of a human jumping 300 feet — or leaping so fast that they take off 100 times faster than the blink of an eye.
    No larger than a sesame seed and flattened side to side, fleas can slip through fur with ease. Their jump is so fast they seem to simply vanish and reappear somewhere else.
    “It's there and then it's gone,” said Gregory Sutton, a professor of biomechanics at the University of Lincoln in the United Kingdom.

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    After feeding on blood, adult fleas mate and lay eggs. The eggs drop out of their host animal’s fur or feathers and into their bedding or nest. The eggs are translucent white and very small. At 0.5mm the eggs are about the size of a grain of salt.

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  • Orphans of Tibet | SLICE I Full documentary


    Each year, groups of Tibetan children secretly flee their homeland over the Himalayas to reach schools in India founded by the government in exile.
    They have left behind their family childhood and are now considered as orphans. We will discover the itineraries of Sonam, aged nine, and Dholma, the little new girl of the school. Here in India, they are taught about Tibetan culture and will find out about the history of their country and their ancestors.

    Documentary “Orphans of Tibet”
    Direction: Julie Capel
    Production: ZED & ARTE France

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    WOLVERINE VS HONEY BADGER - Who Would Win? - Who will win the fight? It is interesting to know who will win the fight between wolverine vs honey badger. Both animals have mustelids and hunt in same way.

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  • Becoming woman in Zanskar I SLICE I Full documentary


    Living in the heart of the Himalaya, Tenzin and Palkit have a strong friendship. But that relationship will be shattered by destiny. They both have to leave their village and family forever. Tenzin has to marry the man chosen by her parents, and Palkit wants to avoid marriage and to become a nun.
    Two adolescents in the Himalayas: one kidnapped by her future husband, the other head shaved as she enters the covent forever.

    Documentary: “Becoming woman in Zanskar”
    Direction: Jean Michel Corillion
    Production: ZED & France Télévisions

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  • African Trapdoor Spider


    In today's highlight, Graham Adam introduces us to the African Trapdoor Spider and tells us what makes these creatures so unusual. Spiders filmed at Nambiti Private Game Reserve in South Africa. Produced by Tekweni Media.
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  • Gila Monster BITE!


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    On this episode of Breaking Trail, Coyote receives the WORST animal bite of his life when he is accidentally bitten by the only venomous lizard in the United States, the Gila Monster!

    Known for having one of the most painful bites in the world, Coyote talks about his body’s reaction to the Gila's venom and how he dealt with this injury while being out in Arizona’s Sonoran Desert.

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  • A man confronts a lion in the savannah | SLICE


    Reflecting strong symbols such as power, strength or royalty, the lion is one of the most represented animals in the world. This fearsome feline is even the strong emblem of many countries such as Venice, Belgium or England.
    Since the dawn of time, the king of animals has not stopped fascinating us. Some are even willing to go to meet them at the risk of their lives...

    Extract from the documentary: “Tribal Animals – Big cats”
    Direction: Jérôme Ségur
    Production: ZED for France Télévisions

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  • Why Do These Bees Buzz in Sync? | BBC Earth


    These giant bees buzzing create spectacular waves in their beehive.
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    Natural World: Honey Hunting In Nepal
    Jimmy Doherty, a young British farmer, fanatical about honey, is facing a new challenge. Can he overcome the dangers to harvest the highly prized Himalayan honey from nests on cliffs 300ft high? Nepalese wild honey is one of the most sought after varieties. Due to their size, Himalayan giant bees are able to forage at extremely high altitude, collecting nectar from the flowers blooming way up into the mountains. Nepalese honey hunters have mastered the art of harvesting this treasured prize from cliffs over 300ft high - an incredibly demanding task, fraught with danger. Will Jimmy be able to summon the courage to descend the handmade bamboo ladder over the edge of the cliff to attempt to fulfil a lifelong ambition?

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  • Vanishing: The extinction crisis is worse than you think


    We're entering the Earth's sixth era of extinction -- and it's the first time humans are to blame. CNN introduces you to the key species and people who are trying to prevent them from vanishing.

  • Fake: Searching For Truth In The Age Of Misinformation | Full Documentary | Connecticut Public


    Given the sheer volume of news available, how can the average person separate fact from fiction? This series draws from common sense, critical thinking skills, and universal standards of journalism to give viewers the tools to discern fact from fiction in news reports, identify fake news, and evaluate the biases of real news.

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  • Research and Conservation of Utahs Native Bees


    Utah is home to more species of bees than the entire eastern United States. I recently gave a presentation about native bees to the University of Utah and they were kind enough to record it for me. In this presentation you will learn the differences between bees and wasps, you will learn about how honey bees are different than native bees, and you will even learn how we can take steps to help the bees in our own backyards.

  • Bee project by Lucy King


    Do elephants fear bees? Find out as Dr. Lucy King of Save the Elephants conducts her research on the Samburu elephants.

  • Rescue of a giant dog who didnt know how to ask for help


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    Arnie was spotted by E. in a gas station on the highway, about 65 kilometers from Athens, Greece. A calm, silent giant, looking at you with those huge, green eyes, but not approaching, thin, neglected and with a dermatological disease that made him scratch unstoppably. She fell in love, photographed him and went back to Athens leaving her heart there next to him, with a promise to be back soon. And she did. And I went with her. 48 hour later we were back and we spent hours in that gas station, trying to help that giant who was asking for help, but at the same time refused to let us help him. After catching him and putting him in the car everything was a piece of cake, because the giant is one of the most submissive and kind animals I have ever met. Today Arnie is healthy, neutered and happy. He is a sweetheart and has made all SCARS volunteers go crazy about him. He is just too adorable! If you wish to adopt him, please contact SCARS at: or message the charity's facebook page
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  • The Fish on My Plate | FRONTLINE


    Best-selling author and lifelong fisherman Paul Greenberg spends a year eating fish at breakfast, lunch and dinner to help answer the question: “What fish should I eat that’s good for me and good for the planet?”

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    The Fish on My Plate chronicles Greenberg as he works on his book, The Omega Principle — and consumes over 700 fish meals in hopes of improving his health through a dramatic increase in his Omega-3 levels. As part of his quest to investigate the health of the ocean — and his own — Greenberg spends a year eating seafood for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

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  • Skep Beekeeping in the Heathland - 1978


    Over the past few years, I have really enjoyed these skep beekeeping videos and I always wanted to find them in one place, so I have edited them all together into one long movie for you so you have all the info in one place. Enjoy.

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  • Shark Story | FULL LENGTH | MagellanTV


    This is the story of the evolution of one of the most successful animal species ever to have lived. What capabilities turned the shark into one of the ocean's dominant predators, allowed them to survive mass extinctions and to thrive for over 300 million years. Despite its historic success, the highly evolved shark is now faced with extinction due to overfishing, climate change and declining prey.

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  • Beginner Beekeeping Observation Hive TEST ANSWERS what goes on inside a beehive


    This is the follow-on video which shows inside an 8-Frame Observation Hive - in the prior video viewers had the opportunity to jot down their observations and speculate on what activities they were observing.
    In this video, I provide narration to explain some common honey bee duties that occur inside a hive.
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  • Prayers of Death - Official Full Length Film


    Documentary meets horror film when the cameras shrink to the size of a mantis's prey.

    This is an exploration into the micro-world just beneath the surface of our human experience.

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  • The Last Jaguars | 1000 Days for the Planet | Real Wild


    At a private reserve in Costa Rica, scientists use photo-identification to study the movements of the endangered jaguars. The forests of Central America grapple with the invasion of a microscopic fungus that can kill all frogs in its path in just a few months.

    A crew of mariners, scientists and filmmakers are followed as they cast off on the Sedna IV, an oceanographic schooner, to sail around the world exploring the beauty of nature, how ecosystems work and conservation challenges facing the planet.

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  • Did You See Heartbreaking “Seattle Is Dying” Documentary | Seattle Real Estate Podcast


    Seattle Is Dying. It's a harsh title. Someone on social media even called it a hopeless title. I'll admit to you that I wrestled with the name for some time. Too dramatic, I wondered? Too dark? In the end I went with it because I believe it to be true. I believe that Seattle is dying. Rotting from within.

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  • How to make a solitary bee home



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  • Colony Collapse Disorder and the WSU Honey Bee Genome Repository


    A lot of challenges face honeybees. Invasive mites sap the brood's strength and introduce disease. Pesticide build-up in the brood comb gradually weakens the bees. And monocultures may provide a lot of food but not much nutritional variety. While some of these threats may weaken or kill a hive on their own, a combination of factors is thought to be the cause of colony collapse disorder, in which the worker bees abruptly disappear, dooming the colony.

    Washington State University entomologists Steve Sheppard and Susan Cobey have begun to import honey bee semen to diversify the U.S. honey bee gene pool. New genetic material may make honey bees more able to resist their many challenges. Learn more about the WSU honey bee program at

  • 15 Most Unique Natural Phenomena In The World #2


    There’s no place like home! Planet Earth is full of a whole heap of weird and wonderful natural phenomena, some that are so rare that we can only dream of getting the chance to see them happen one day! So, take a step out of your comfort zone, leave behind the ordinary and come and check out the extraordinary with us! From caves that are so enormous that they house entire jungles inside their walls, to a colossal colony of clones that is the largest living thing in the whole world, these are the 15 Most Unique Natural Phenomena In TheWorld, Part 2

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  • Deep Sea Creator Documentary


    Deep Sea Creator Documentary ,Dinosaurs unit of measurement a varied cluster of reptiles of the group Dinosauria. They initial appeared throughout the geologic time, between 243 and 233.23 million years past, tho' the precise origin and temporal property of the evolution of dinosaurs is that the topic of active analysis. They became the dominant terrestrial vertebrates once the Triassic–Jurassic extinction event 201.3 million years ago; their dominance continuing throughout the period and Cretaceous periods. The fossil record demonstrates that birds unit of measurement trendy feathered dinosaurs, having evolved from earlier theropods throughout the Late period epoch. As such, birds were the only archosaurian lineage to survive the Cretaceous–Paleogene extinction event a lot of or less sixty six million years past. Dinosaurs can so be divided into vertebrate dinosaurs, or birds; and non-avian dinosaurs, that unit of measurement all dinosaurs other than birds, dinosaurs predators, documentary dinosaur 2021,dinisaurs documentary, sea monsters....

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  • Randy Faces The Dragon In An Epic Table Tennis Match | Balls Of Fury | SceneScreen


    Balls Of Fury (2007) SYNOPSIS: Randy Daytona was once a ping-pong prodigy, but hasn't played since he blew his chance at a championship more than 20 years ago. When the FBI recruit him to infiltrate an underground ping-pong death match hosted by the fiendish Peng, Daytona isn't convinced he can hold his own, but with a little help from sensei Master Wong and his niece Maggie he is soon getting better. Can he help catch the geisha who killed his father?

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  • Primitive Technology :মৌচাক থেকে মধু সংগ্রহ.. Harvesting Honey from Honeycomb by using smoke idea.


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  • Who Killed the Honey Bee ★ Full Length Documentary In Description


    Bees are dying in their millions. It is an ecological crisis that threatens to bring global agriculture to a standstill. Introduced by Martha Kearney, this documentary explores the reasons behind the decline of bee colonies across the globe, investigating what might be at the root of this devastation.

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  • 200827 Music Making Session


    This is a live-stream music-making session, recorded on the 27th August 2020 -- Watch live at

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  • Bumblebee Production - Natupol


    Koppert today has bumblebee production plants strategically located in Slovakia, Turkey, Mexico and the USA to serve customers on five continents. The highest availability of fresh hives and the consistent quality of the Natupol products and the vitality of our bumblebees distributed to growers worldwide, have made Koppert the market leader when it comes to pollination.

    In comparison with other pollinating insects like honeybees, bumblebees are very effective pollinators. They are first of all fast workers (for instance, they visit twice as many flowers per minute as honeybees), and because of their size, they can carry relatively heavy loads, which enables them to make long foraging trips. Also due to their relatively large size they often achieve better contact with stamens and pistils than smaller insects.

    Furthermore, bumblebees make relatively few demands on the circumstances under which they work. They feel more at ease in greenhouses/tunnels than honeybees for instance, particularly where restricted areas are concerned. Bumblebees are still active at relatively low temperatures (around 10°C) and low light intensity levels. Even strong wind and drizzle will not keep them from doing their job.

    In 1987 it became known that bumblebees could be an excellent alternative for the fruitset of tomatoes. This was a very labour-intensive job. At that very moment Koppert started producing bumblebees: Bombus terrestris for Europe and Asia, B. impatiens for North and South America. Meanwhile bumblebees are used world-wide for the pollination of tomato crops. Resulting in enormous savings in labour costs, improvements of fruit quality and sometimes even increased production.

    One important advantage of bumblebees over honeybees is the absence of a communication system. Honeybees inform each other by means of the so-called bees' dance of the presence of an attractive food source outside the crop in which their pollination activities are required, as a result of which the bees may leave collectively. Bumblebees do not have such a communication system. Should an individual bumblebee find an attractive food source elsewhere, it cannot inform its companions, so that the other bumblebees will continue to work in the crop in which their services are required.

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  • How Bees Changed This Refugees Life


    Ryad Alsous had to leave his 500 beehives behind when he fled Syria over fears for his safety as civil war descended under the hand of President Assad. Now, relocated in Huddersfield, Ryad has been able to gain a new lease of life with a beehive gifted to him and is now giving to refugees a token of hope by teaching them to have their own beehives, building the colonies of Britain’s black bees.


  • The Mysterious Nepalese Honey That Makes People Hallucinate | PicBusters


    Deep in the jungles of Nepal we witnessed a somewhat risky maneuver; the man is unsecured, and takes this gamble for a very special substance. The steep cliffs are not the only danger involved here, the angry “buzzing” that can be heard is from the largest honeybee in the world.

    The Himalayan giant honey bee, whose nests are built on sheer overhanging cliff faces. In order to rob them, the bees are distracted with smoke; fire is the biggest threat to the flock so enables their attacker to do his job. Carefully, the man cuts some of the hive from the rock, contained within it the golden juice of the honey bees. It comes from the nectar of the rhododendron ponticum, a particularly poisonous rhododendron species, which only grows in certain parts of Asia and southern Europe. The honey that results from it is therefore also called poisonous honey. But the locals state exactly the opposite, namely that it has aphrodisiac and healing powers. Above all, the honey in our PicBuster also has an intoxicating effect.
    The men treat themselves to a small sample on the spot, and the poisonous honey gives them a slight high for a few minutes. If you eat too much of it however, the miracle cure can quickly become a miracle breaker.

    Just three teaspoons of this honey can cause hallucinations, nausea, loss of consciousness, cramps, heart rhythm disturbances and even death. The honey hunters still call it the honey of eternal life, because they know exactly how much they can eat from it. Every morning just a teaspoon, and then the Bees’ nectar gives them mysterious powers!


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  • How can we help bee diversity? | Danielle Bilot


    When we think of bees, usually the honeybee comes to mind. Danielle Bilot shines a light on the other species -- and there are 20,000 different sorts worldwide -- that do not produce honey but provide invaluable service to the ecosystem. She gives us some innovative ideas to help save these bees who offer the environment so much.
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  • Tree School Online: See the Forest for the Bees


    Oregon is home to over 500 species of bees, which are responsible for pollinating many of our staple crops and plants. Bees also live in Oregon's forests. Who and where are they? What can we do to protect them?

    Presented by Christine, Buhl, Forest Entomologist, Oregon Department of Forestry



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