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Documentaries & Video Clips about Bees and Beekeeping
On this page we provide a selection of web links to Documentaries & Video Clips about Bees & Beekeeping.

Please let us know when you have discovered a new web link or one that is no longer valid.

More than honey
More than Honey - Documentary by Markus Imhoof - on DVD
The DVD of this documentary with English subtitles is available in Australia  from Antidote Films
Searching for answers, More than Honey takes us around the world to meet people living with and off honeybees. On our trip we meet almond growers in California, a Swiss mountain beekeeper, a neuroscientist investigating bee brains in Berlin, a pollen dealer in China, and a bee researcher in Australia.
Queen of the sunQueen of the Sun - a film from 2011
What are the Bees telling us? is a profound, alternative look at the global bee crisis. This engaging and ultimately uplifting film weaves an unusual and dramatic story of the heartfelt struggles of beekeepers, scientists and philosophers from around the world.

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Honeybees have been mysteriously disappearing across the planet, literally vanishing from their hives. Known as Colony Collapse Disorder, this phenomenon has brought beekeepers to crisis !
“An essential documentary.” [May-2013]

The Waggle Dance of the Honeybee - Georgia Tech College of Computing (Documentary on YouTube)
New research suggests that honeybees actually measure distances by the amount of optical information encountered during a flight. The energy model presented in this video derives from earlier work by Karl von Frisch, but now seems to be refuted by the optical flow model.

The flight of a bumble bee - Animal Camera - BBC Earth, June 2009
Watch this amazing video on YouTube to learn more about the behaviour of the bumble bee, including its long flights at high speed and its ability to fly in straight lines - Bee Lines! Great video from BBC wildlife show Animal Camera, hosted by Steve Leonard.
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