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Comic #3489

1 Steve: Crikey! Let's find these mites! We need to find us some bees!
2 Terry: We're stuck below blades of grass. How are we going to find a bee?
3 Jane Goodall: I have a hive right here in my garden.
4 Terry: You raise bees?
4 Jane Goodall: Life's not all monkeys and giggles, you know.

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Hmmm, ants last time, and bees today.

Did you know that there are some species of bees that breed in the same way as cuckoos among birds? They seek out the nests of other bee species, and lay their eggs in the host nest. Their young hatch and consume the tasty pollen that the unsuspecting host parent bees have left for their own kids, and sometimes they even eat the eggs of the host bees too.

I kid you not.

Nature, huh?

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