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Stingless Bees in Argentina

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Stingless Bees in Argentina
by colsanjo on YouTube

This video shows some tiny, slender stingless bees called 'Jatai', clustering around their nest entrance tunnel in Argentina.

[Note from Aussie Bee: The species in this video appears to be Tetragonisca angustula. This tiny stingless bee is unaggressive but is sometimes attacked by robber bees. SomeTetragonisca worker bees always hover near their nest tunnel to defend their nest from raiding bees.]

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