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A honeybee colony in northern California has found a new source of food.
Researchers from the University of California, Riverside say they have identified the source of the bees’ thirst.
The researchers say the honeybees have been feeding on honey for hundreds of years and it has been feeding them for hundreds and thousands of years.
Researchers say the bee population has been increasing in recent years, and in order to conserve the honey bee population, the honey bees must find new sources of food and feed on them.
The scientists say this is why honey bees are now found throughout California and in other states.
Dr. John J. Foshee, a researcher with the UC Riverside’s Institute of Entomology, said the honeybee’s appetite for honey is driven by the honeycomb, the structure in the upper portion of the hive.
The honeycomb contains pollen and the wax from the flowers that make up honey.
Dr Foshe said the bee that is feeding on the honey comb is more hungry for the honey because the bees are more familiar with the honey and can see it more easily.
The bees have to search through the honeycombs for the pollen that they need to survive.
Dr J.J. Fonshee says the bees must hunt for pollen in the same way that the ants hunt for ants in their nests.
The bee has to locate the pollen and use a specialized comb called a comb-laying device.
When it finds the pollen, it will dig it up and lay it on the comb.
When the bees find a suitable place to lay it, they will lay the pollen on top of the comb and then move away.
This is because the bee will be hungry for more pollen, so it will not move away and will continue to lay the same pollen, Dr Fonshe said.