Uploaded by Loren Moore on August 13, 2013 at 07:08
The queen African honeybee rules the savannah – even elephants panic at the buzzing of her hive. This recreates the life of the queen and her colony as they …
That would be mutiny .
” They will try to tae it from you” ” They will try to take the honey”
Queen- ” We are not lazy European bees , who kiss the ass of they’re bee keepers.”
” My loyal Colony will fight to the death to protect it. ”
” Yeah, you stung Tom6093 to death for no reason what so ever. ”
” He was playing Dave Mathews Music. He deserved to die ”
” He wasn’t even close to the nest”
” Doesn’t matter, I HATE DAVE MATHEWS “
I had a bee land on me the other day. I was close to it’s nest, so I let the bee walk up my arm and it had a 6 inch flight back it’s colony.
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The way the bees gain a safe hive, and the fact they keep away the elephants, is a fascinating harmony between man and bee.
Its incredible the relationship between the farmer and the bees. That was the most impressive part of the documentary to me.
Mmm, she sort of is. A lavished upon slave though. But both ants and bees will tear their queen apart and kill her if they sense any form of weakness in her. Especially bees, who all have the potential to lay eggs, but their drive is suppressed by the queen’s pheromones and the enforcer bees. If the queen isn’t laying eggs, she’s useless…. so they’ll usually kill her and get a new queen.
Isso é tão extraordinário… seres vivos em constante mudança pela sobrevivência
Right, because everyone in an urban setting should start an apiary…What could possibly go wrong…
should sit back and watch this video clips before heading on a journey bit.ly/1dFdq8L?=orqmz
To quote Chuck Palahniuk: “Worker bees can leave, even drones can fly away. The Queen is their slave”
Makes you think twice about squashing that bee flying around you doesnt it
sorry i like beef.
48:04 “they need new slave to lay their eggs” -I thought the queen be was a queen not a slave!
This docu is amazing!Big ups to the guys who did this marvelous job!Patience does it all!
I think honey bees are my favorite insect ever, even the more aggressive Africanized honey bee. I feel I have a new found respect for bees, they work hard, pollinate fruits, vegetables, and flowers, and only attack to protect their storage of honey. I like them much more than ants, despite the similarities, xD
32 elephants disliked this video….
Really interesting documentary. I learned quite a bit. Very ingenious that the farmer put bee colonies all around the area to protect his crops from elephants. Great idea.
Sounds great any everything, maybe i’ll invest in bee keeping, but i’m afraid of getting stung thousands of times
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Beautiful documetary. Unfortuntaley the anthropological prespective of this film skews the balance of power within the hive towards the queen. All bee biologist nowadays agree, that it is the workers that have all the power within the hive. The “queen” is merley a machine for reproduction and all deciscions for the benifit of the hive are taken by the workers!
Bees are awesome! Taking care of them takes care of us!
i came across a Kikuyu in the Mara !
There can only be one.
what on earth is a “Turkana Tribes man” doing near mt kenya!!!!? great documentary though.
That would be great if I wasn’t entophobic.
Savannah — what a beautiful name 🙂
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I agree, unfortunately not everyone has room for an apiary.
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the internet was the escape from the bbc,and then they put their progs on without asking us,and now your paying for it
we have to do it!
Sehr gut Dokumentation über die wichtigen Honigbienen. Danke
I really hate the dramatisation, queen bees are not ‘rulers’ lol
she sounds like a young attenborogh
i muted the commentary and played this over it instead youtube.com/watch?v=RF0BzHpQkBQ
yep ur mad
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are you mad bro?
You’ll have to make a more literate comment. I’m not able to decipher your message. Spell check might be of assistance.
your supost to end it with, are you mad bro?
the hyperbolic commentary ruin an otherwise great documentary
what a stupid lotr shot
They say vw is das auto. Well BBC is das channel.^^
I love insect documentaries but when I watch I always feel like something is crawling on me, especially during close ups lol
what a brilliant documentary_stunning_awesome_ mind boggling_ Only BBC can make such a documentary, with such captivating photography Thank you for the upLoad_
wow… the shots for the bee-eater are incredible
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