Bees are the most important pollinators in the world, that's a fact. At least one third of the food we eat every day is mainly pollinated by bees. Besides work, these animals need sleep. But they rarely see them in such a position.
However, only recently Joe Joe Neely has captured two bees in bloom and a pose in which they are very unusual. This photo was captured during a walk with his bride. It was a coincidence of luck. "I did not know the bees were sleeping on the flowers," said the photographer. There are some interesting facts about sleeping bees. "They do not have eyelids, so you can not look at your eyes closed," said Brandon Hopkins, a bee researcher at Washington State University. "Keeping a watchful eye on these pollinators, the researchers found that the bees stop moving with their tails before they fall asleep and retreat."
There are currently more than 20,000 species of bees known on our planet. For example Bees also work day and night and sleep very little. Your sleep changes as you grow. The younger bees sleep less, sleep more than 30 minutes to an hour and a half every night.
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