This clip was taken on my mobile as I observed a bee pollinating. It was taken in Brighton, where I live and is the second clip to show beneficial connections, as part of my Permaculture Design Course.
Bees benefit flowers by pollinating them. flowers. They transfer the pollen made by one flower of one plant to the flower of another plant. The bees intention is to collect the pollen to take back to take back to their hives. They go from one flower to another as they collect pollen, in doing so some pollen is picked up from one flower and accidentally dropped on another flower. This is pollination, and being so results in the formation of seeds.
Flowers benefit bees with the pollen they produce, which bees use as food. Pollen provides the nutrients that bees need. Besides honey that bees make, pollen is the only food that bees eat.
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