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She Dances With 10,000 Bees on Her Body | National Geographic

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Published on Jan 6, 2016

Sara Mapelli brings new meaning to the term "queen bee" as she dances with a swarm of bees blanketing her body. While wearing the queen of the hive, Mapelli is surrounded by 10,000 bees, creating what she describes as a meditative atmosphere of movement, energy, and sound. Mapelli uses this dance to build awareness of the importance of bees and all of nature and to allow people who are scared of bees to confront their fears. She sees the dance as a tool for healing.
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MUSIC:
"The Tense Moments" by Roberto Ignis
"Six Story Pagoda #06" by Element Orchestra
"Dark Sands" by Chris Haigh
"Bee Dance Drums" by Kate Darling, Persephone Becka, Heather Sunshine Washburn, and Tississat

She Dances With 10,000 Bees on Her Body | National Geographic
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