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Will baby fish survive in my tank?

Will baby fish survive in my tank?

It is possible to raise baby fish in your main tank, but generally, few will survive this. Larger fish will see them as tasty snacks and even vegetarian fish may be tempted. They can also suffer injuries from being chased and bullied.

Do bees drop pollen?

From what I’ve learnt, forager bees returning to the hive will hand off nectar to the house bees, but will drop the pollen to be collected and stored whenever convenient.

Is there bee poop in honey?

Is honey bee poop? Honey is not bee poop! Honey is the end product of flower nectar processed by Honey Bees through enzymatic reaction and dehydration. Bee poop is the non-digestible fiber in honey and pollen that bees eat as their only source of food.

Do fish see us?

Science tells us that fish have eyes similar to humans, but they also have protective film over their eyes so that they can see more clearly underwater. Most species of fish have eyes set on the sides of their heads. That means they do not have “binocular vision” as we do.

What do bees do with pollen they collect?

Honey bees also collect proteins from plant pollen, which they bring back to their nest. Honey bees collect pollen and nectar as food for the entire colony, and as they do, they pollinate plants. Nectar stored within their stomachs is passed from one worker to the next until the water within it diminishes.

Do bees eat pollen?

Most bees transport pollen externally, but some bees consume the pollen and carry it in their crop or “honey stomach.” Bees also produce a small electrostatic charge, which helps the pollen stick more securely to their bodies.

What happens to the pollen on bees legs?

Most bees collect just pollen or just nectar on any trip, but a few carry both at the same time. The pollen is stuffed into hairy receptacles on their hind legs called corbiculae. In addition to depositing the pellets from their sacks, they may also groom away any pollen that is stuck to their bodies.