This might be Rihanna's most NSFW video to date.
This video is certainly not for the faint of heart. HA!
Vermont is already lost to us. We need to send in a nuke NOW!
But… all those innocent people!
Damnit man, it’s for the greater good! There’s a “zombee” outbreak!! Oh no! "Not the bees!!"
Vermont beekeepers already have enough hardship when it comes to facing wild temperature swings, colony collapse, and mite infestations, but now the latest hurdle they must cross is…. Zombie bees. Zombees.
This is the first instance of a zombie bee infection in the Eastern U.S. of A., but luckily, these aren’t magical undead bees from hell, they’re just full of
Oh gross… oh no… we think we're gonna be sick!
This is the grossest, most terrifying thing ever!
A man in Australia was woken up by a sharp pain in his right ear… a cockroach had crawled in!!
Living in Australia, and knowing almost every creature in that country is out to kill you, he was a bit worried, saying:
Jennifer Lawrence got bugged while on the set of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire!
And no, this wasn't some NSA spying thing!
Her costar Jeffrey Wright recently opened up while on Chelsea Lately, talking about how he pranked Ms. Lawrence.
See, Jennifer is terrified of bugs, and Jeffrey wanted to do something nice for her, but also put her through hell first.
So he got her a gift from Tiffany's but filled the jewelry box with crickets!!
He gave it to Jennifer and when she opened it…
Well, we guess you'll just have to watch the video and hear in his own words what happened.
Check out the video (below) to find out how J. Law felt about her buggy gift!
No, that's not a typo: zombees are invading San Francisco!
That's zombees not zombies!
A parasitic fly is infecting honey bees, making them act oddly… like zombies.
The Phorid fly injects its eggs into a honey bee where they'll eventually hatch into larva and begin to eat their way out of the bee!!
These parasitized bees go crazy and leave their hives at night and fly at lights and do other weird things most normal bees don't do. (Bees never fly at night.)
Thank goodness a scientist at San francisco State University is on the case!!
What's cool is you can help!
If you notice bees by you acting strange, you can help with the science.
Just go HERE and follow the instructions on how to join in on the experiment!
Get out there and science some bees!
Check out the video (above) to see some freaky, infected zombees!
Have you heard of these giant Asian hornets??
They're pretty much exactly how they sound… they're hornets and they're huge. (Also, they're from Asia!)
And they're killing the shiz out of everyone!!*
*(Not actually everyone…)
At least 28 people have died from these bees and hundreds more have been injured in attacks!
The bees will chase people for hundreds of meters and sting them hundreds of times.
Oh, and did we mention the average stinger length of a giant Asian hornet is about a quarter-inch??
Right now, they're said to only be in China, but the fear is they're spreading, especially since some were reported being seen in Illinois last year.
Well, guess we're gonna buy some plate armor and never leave the house! LOLz!
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This is so ahmayzing!! Go science!!
Conservationists in the UK are trying to bring back an extinct species of bumblebee!!
The short-haired bumblebee is being reintroduced into the Kent area.
Several queens have been raised and released into the area in an attempt to start a breeding population.
Since the project started, they've recorded young worker bees in a 2.5 mile area… the first to be seen in 25 years!!
Clearly, the program is working! That's so great!
The whole point of bringing these bees back is to help bring flowering meadows back to the British countryside.
Sounds like a beautiful idea!
Check out the video (above) to see how they're raising and releasing these queens!
We didn't know that this was such a mystery!
Insects have to beat their wings up to 500 times a second to stay aloft! That shiz cray!
Exactly how bees are able to do this, science didn't know… until now!!
Two biophysicists at the Japan Synchrotron Radiation Research Institute were studying the difference between insect flight muscles and vertebrate muscles.
The researchers said: