A hive of bees will fly 90,000 miles, the equivalent of three orbits around the earth to collect 1 kg of honey.
During winter, honey bees feed on the honey they collected during the warmer months. They form a tight cluster in their hive to keep the queen and themselves warm.
Honey bees, scientifically also known as Apis mellifera, which mean “honey-carrying bee”, are environmentally friendly and are vital as pollinators.
A honey bee can fly for up to six miles, and as fast as 15 miles per hour.