SLEEPING BUMBLEBEES INSIDE THE FLOWERS WITH POLLEN ON THEIR BUTTS

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The bumblebees are a kind of insect belonging to the same family of bees, who share the fundamental role of pollinators. Thanks to their ongoing work repeated from year to year, the bumblebees help move the pollen from flower to flower, allowing the growth and spread of plant species.

Compared to bees or other pollinators, bumblebees also have characteristics that make them particularly funny and friendly: their body is covered with thick yellow and black hair that makes them appear chubby; their flight is noisy and certainly less graceful than that of other insects; they are also much less aggressive than bees (they can sting repeatedly, but they do so very rarely).

All aspects that have inspired the photographic series we present portray these precious creatures resting inside the flowers with their posterior covered in pollen. Charming and funny at the same time!

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