Plus 16 recruitment secrets from an actual sorority, drones that deliver beer, and ZOMBIE BEES.
Bee superpowers, living in a pretend spaceship and a mammal that has sex until it falls apart. 2013 was a rollercoaster ride of a year for science.
Save the bacon!
Bacon? Check. My Little Ponies? Check. Dentures? Present.
Get ready to feel super uncomfortable on the next episode of My Strange Addiction.
Beekeepers don’t think it’s such a sweet surprise. You can blame M&Ms for the unnatural tint.
The local headline: “It was a bees bye for Clinton at Kamuzu International Airport.” State Department confirms bees, denies “panic or fleeing.”
Orange crocodiles, green bees, and yellow lobsters — oh my! Every now and then nature throws us for a loop by producing animals in colors we don’t quite expect. If you missed it, catch the first installment here.
No. Nope. Uh uh. Stop it. Beekeeper She Ping of China broke the Guinness record for World’s Heaviest Bee Suit by slipping into 73 pounds of bees. I’m going to go have a Nicolas Cage freakout now.
This flies in the face of our usual conception of bees as interchangeable workers all serving their queen. Instead, some bees are thrill-seekers always looking for a new experience.
BBEEEEEESSSSS, robot BBEEEEEEESSSSS! The Swiss prove that a swarm of flying bee-like robots can build a 20-foot-high structure. What about a 2,000-foot skyscraper?
All the delicious homemade honey you could want without the hassle of explaining the bee infestation to your landlord. The design plans are simple. The bees enter from outside your window with a small spigot on the inside. This catches honey but doesn’t release said bees into your apartment.
The killer bees are back, and they’re pissed. In Arizona they attacked some farm animals, killing one 1,000-pound hog and putting another one that was pregnant into a coma. She lost all her babies. View Media ›
We are the Internet. You will be assimilated. Resistance, and original thought, is useless.
Look on the bright side: unlimited free honey! Watch Video ›
He gets a “B” for effort. This is one of those things that seemed like a good idea
while drunk at the time.
Bees often use water to keep their hives at a cool temperature. That, and they’re probably parched from all that honey. Watch Video ›
A 42-year-old man took home the grand prize at the national bee-bearding competition in China by accumulating over 57 pounds of bees on his body. There’s no official word on the number of stings each competitor endured. View List ›
This is what 83.5kg of bees looks like on a man. Zhang Wei, from western China, set the new world record for the heaviest bee suit while wearing a special frame covered in foliage to support the weight of all the bees. (via guardian.co.uk) View List ›
What horrors lurk beneath this grill cover? Well, as you’ve probably assumed from the horrid pun, bees. A guy noticed a few of them flying around his barbecue and set off a bug bomb. This is what he found in the aftermath. Read his whole story here. View List ›
These Costa Rican soccer players are no match for a swarm of bees invading the field. I only have one question: Is lying down on the ground an effective measure to ward off bees? (Via Barstool Philly) Watch Video ›