Beakman's World: Season 1, Episode 24

Bees, Beakmania and Earthquakes (8 May 1993)

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Addressing a question about bees, Beakman explains that a beehive is a highly organized colony with each of its 50,000 members having a specific purpose, while sharing a common goal and function. Identifying the members as workers, drones and queens, Beakman notes that bees make honey after gathering nectar and pollen from flowers. Demonstrating how a pair of stomachs work together to create honey, he then tells his queasy colleagues that the sweet sticky substance is actually bee vomit. After noting that bees die after losing their stingers, Beakman concludes by describing how they communicate through a series of dances. In "Beak-Mania," Beakman reveals that lightning can strike in the same place (and even the same person!) more than once, the number of taste buds on the human tongue (ten thousand), and that penguins have been around for about forty million years. Asked to make a piece of paper stay up on a wall using only a pencil, Lester tries and fails to meet the "Beakman ... Written by Anonymous

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