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🐝 Honey Bee Song 🐝 Children's Song 🐝 Bee Song 🐝

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Published on Dec 31, 2009

"Honey Bee Song" - Children's Song. The young bee (Stripes) is finally reunited with the queen bee (Mummy!) after an adventurous search with new friends. See below for the lyrics... :-)

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LYRICS:

(Queen Bee)
Buzz, buzz, bumbly bee
You brought Stripes back home to me
Now we're a happy family
'Cos he's my baby honeybee

(Stripes & Queen Bee)
Honey, honey, honey bee
Dance around the honey tree
Buzz about, wiggle and shout
And sing this song with me

(Stripes)
Buzz, buzz, buzz bumbly boo
I've found my hive and it's thanks to you
You're the best of friends (Yes it's true)
So this what we're gonna do

(Stripes & Queen Bee)
Honey, honey, honey bee
Dance around the honey tree
Buzz about, wiggle and shout
And sing this song with me

(Queen Bee)
Buzz, buzz, buzz, bop to the beat
You deserve a tasty treat
'Cos friends like you can't be beat
Here's some honey oh so sweet

(Stripes & Queen Bee)
Honey, honey, honey bee
Dance around the honey tree
Buzz about, wiggle and shout
And sing this song with me

This animation, including its soundtrack, is subject to copyright and is provided for demonstration purposes only. © 2007 Jon Brooks.

This is an excerpt from Episode 1 of Brady's Buddies TV series. Animation by Rocket Fish Studios. Music Composed by Jon Brooks.

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(As cited on Wikipedia)

Honey bees (or honeybees) are a subset of bees in the genus Apis, primarily distinguished by the production and storage of honey and the construction of perennial, colonial nests out of wax. Honey bees are the only extant members of the tribe Apini, all in the genus Apis. Currently, there are only seven recognised species of honey bee with a total of 44 subspecies, though historically, anywhere from six to eleven species have been recognised. Honey bees represent only a small fraction of the approximately 20,000 known species of bees. Some other types of related bees produce and store honey, but only members of the genus Apis are true honey bees.

Honey bees as a group appear to have their centre of origin in South and South East Asia (including the Philippines), as all but one (i.e. Apis mellifera), of the extant species are native to that region. Notably the most plesiomorphic living species (Apis florea and Apis andreniformis) has the center of origin there.

The first Apis bees appear in the fossil record at the Eocene--Oligocene (23-56 Mya) boundary, in European deposits. The origin of these prehistoric honey bees does not necessarily indicate that Europe is where the genus originated, only that it occurred there at that time. There are few known fossil deposits in South Asia, the suspected region of honey bee origin, and fewer still have been thoroughly studied.

The close relatives of modern honey bees e.g. bumblebees and stingless bees are also social to some degree, and social behavior seems a plesiomorphic trait that predates the origin of the genus. Among the extant members of Apis, the more basal species make single, exposed combs, while the more recently evolved species nest in cavities and have multiple combs, which has greatly facilitated their domestication.
Most species have historically been cultured or at least exploited for honey and beeswax by humans indigenous to their native ranges. Only two of these species have been truly domesticated, one (Apis mellifera) at least since the time of the building of the Egyptian pyramids, and only that species has been moved extensively beyond its native range. Today's honey bees constitute three clades.

Honey is the complex substance made when the nectar and sweet deposits from plants and trees are gathered, modified and stored in the honeycomb by honey bees as a food source for the colony. All living species of Apis have had their honey gathered by indigenous peoples for consumption, though for commercial purposes only Apis mellifera and Apis cerana have been exploited to any degree. Honey is sometimes also gathered by humans from the nests of various stingless bees. LC-Learns Lloyd Cadena.

Queen bees are female like Workers. They are created at the decision of the Worker bees by feeding an egg only royal jelly. The Queen bee grows larger in oversized cells and develop in only 16 days. Queens are less complex morphology and behavior than Worker bees. In addition to the size of the Queen, she is also different than a Worker in that Queen bees have a complete set of ovaries and spermatheca which nourishes sperm whence collected by Drones. Queens may lay up to 2,000 eggs per day and produce a specialized pheromone that regulates behavior of workers and other bees and helps swarms orient.

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