Flying high and fast, elite streaker honeybees lead the way to a new hive
She buzzes through the springtime air at breakneck speed,
whizzing past slower bees as she makes, forgive me, a beeline to her new home.
She is an Apis mellifera streaker, a honeybee, and researchers just found that her fast flight is what guides her 10,000 hive-mates to new digs.
Her mad dash has finally been caught on film and a report on it is slated to appear in an upcoming Journal of Experimental Biology.