New numbers suggest that bees may be bouncing back from yearly declines, but experts remain concerned about their future.
In the winter of 2006, millions of bees vanished from their hives without a trace. The epidemic set researchers scrambling to discover why honeybees were dying in record numbers -- and to stop the epidemic in its tracks before it spread further.
The queen termite is an egg-laying machine, producing an egg every three seconds from her enormous, pulsating abdomen.
Check out this high-speed video footage of hummingbirds catching insects, which provide protein in their diet.
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