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Bees go online in Manchester


#1

Bees in Manchester are having computer chips glued to their bodies, to help beekeepers track when they enter and exit the hive.

Rory Cellan-Jones visited the project to find out how it works.


#2

Causing them a lot of stress I read :disappointed_relieved:


#3

Interesting. I wondered how the bees would feel with something so big stuck on their backs…


#4

their backs, @Faroe:stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye::heart_eyes:


#5

Thank god you are here Dawn :wink: :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye: :kissing_heart:
Otherwise, I may have just got away with my poor English skills from Australia :rofl:

I remember my Mum’s friend correcting me on this word when I was about 12… the mishap still occurs apparently :stuck_out_tongue:

@Dawn_SD = forum grammar checker


#6

Is there a badge for that??? :blush: :smiling_imp:


#7

Hahaha I’m not sure…

Maybe I can ask the IT team to create one for you :wink: lol


#8

That’s interesting! However, my bees want to stay off the grid, live low key and be free to be a bee! :rofl: :peace_symbol:️:raised_hands::wink::honeybee::honeybee::honeybee:

I wonder what kind of data they are going to collect other that exit and enter. The chips are big!