Saturday, October 6, 2012

Bees' Candy Treats Change Color Of Honey

Bees' Candy Treats Change Color Of Honey, The hungry little insects apparently crave more than flowers - and we bet they eat the whole bag. Candy-Loving Bees Produce Colored Honey, French honey is coming out blue, green and red because local bees have been eating M&M's waste byproducts out of uncovered vats at a nearby biogas processing plant. Take that Robert Green Ingersoll! It turns out that hope isn't the only bee that makes honey without flowers. The beekeepers are mad, but what will the factory do? Also, in an unrelated story, some guy in Florida wants your kids to swim with gators. It sounds like a threat, but don't worry, it’s just his weird business model.


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