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Pam Hryskiw
Pam Hryskiw

Really (REALLY) neat, but... a museum in North America and only Turkey and Iran listed as where they are/can be found.... will there be a follow-up/more detailed article?  I'd love to know more. :)

Anny Seavey
Anny Seavey

don't you love science! aren't these wonderful!

Cindy DelCampo
Cindy DelCampo

I noticed a bee cutting pieces off my rose pedals and flying off with it then returning for another piece yesterday and today.  It was driving me crazy, I have never heard of this before so I had to look it up.  Thanks for the info! By the way I live in Northern Calif. on the coast.  

Gail Davis Saunders
Gail Davis Saunders

I looked this up because I saw the bee on the show Elementary and was curious. Very interesting. Thank you.

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