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Bee Hotels for Solitary Bees

You may be wondering what bees need a hotel for, when they make their own hives. The truth is that many species of bees are solitary – the do not live in hives but instead construct their own nest. The main reason for this is because in these species every female is fertile and this would not make for comfortable communal living in a hive.

Eeeeee! That is the cutest bee face I have ever seen poking out there like “you rang?”









science has figured out how to open a portal to hell

It’s Cthulhu!!!!!!!!

  • sand
  • alcohol or lighter fluid
  • sugar  
  1. Mix 4 parts powdered sugar with 1 part baking soda. 
  2. Make a mound with the sand. Push a depression into the middle of the sand.
  3. Pour the alcohol or other fuel into the sand to wet it.
  4. Pour the sugar and baking soda mixture into the depression.
  5. Ignite the mound, using a lighter or match.

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Blunthead Tree Snake (Imantodes cenchoa)

The blunthead tree snake grows to an average length of 800mm. Their pupils are very distinct from other snakes. They have vertical slits for pupils which allow for the snake to look down. This evolutionary trait is what give the blunthead tree snake such an advantage over other snakes. Their eyes make up approximately 26% of its head. Blunthead tree snakes are arboreal, meaning living in or often found in trees. They are most often found in low vegetation such as coffee trees or bromeliads. These snakes prefer much cooler and moist areas such as wet forests and rainforests. Blunthead tree snakes are found primarily in Central America. The blunthead tree snakes are nocturnal. They feed mostly on small lizards, frogs, and other reptile eggs. Because the female blunthead tree snakes tend to have larger heads, they are capable of preying on larger reptiles and credits: wiki, Kristiina Ovaska, stock-clip

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