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Bee Work Lives

The lifespan of a worker bee ranges from six weeks in the summer to twenty weeks in the winter. Most of which is spent gathering nectar to make honey.


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I am just another guy. Random at that. Looking for nothing meaningful in particular. In my own journey, in search for happiness. And meaning.

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