We've been watching busy bee's collecting pollen and nectar all summer long and wondered - how do they do this, what are those little yellow sacks on their legs and how does pollen turn into honey?
In order to find out, we gave ourselves a lesson on basic bee anatomy, here's what we learned!
The honeybee uses this long hairy tongue to pull liquid nectar from plants and flowers. The worker bee's transfer of pollen enables many plants to reproduce.
Nectar is stored inside the "honey stomach" which is then brought back to the hive and deposited into the honeycomb.
Bees flit their wings to dry up the liquid nectar turning it into honey.
The bee will diet on Pollen harvesting and transferring it on their hind legs.