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  1. #1
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    Default This can't be a Honey Bee... can it?

    I went to this site and I don't understand how they can mistake this for a honeybee.

    http://animals.nationalgeographic.co...bee_image.html
    "Where wisdom is called for, force is of little use."
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    bumblebee?

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    Default bumblebee?

    Definetly a bumble bee.
    Anatomically speaking the photo is about 1,000% off for being a honey bee.
    Ernie
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    I wrote National Geographic to let them know. I wonder if they will respond or fix it.
    "Where wisdom is called for, force is of little use."
    Herodotus (circa 485-425 BC), Greek Historian

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    Must have listened to you. Site is not available now.
    De Colores,
    Ken

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    Quote Originally Posted by USCBeeMan View Post
    Must have listened to you. Site is not available now.
    HOLY COW! You're right... go me- go me... No just send bees.
    "Where wisdom is called for, force is of little use."
    Herodotus (circa 485-425 BC), Greek Historian

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