Thursday, April 30, 2009

Why do bees hum?

Because the average honey bee beats its wings at approximately 11400 bpm (180 every second), which causes audible vibrations in the air. These vibrations could be described as a hum, but are most commonly known as 'buzzing'.

3 comments:

  1. Because they've come out of your arse?

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  2. Because they don't know the words ! ;D lmao

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  3. Because they are pretending to drive a car. mmmmmm.

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