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FILLYBASE® - Fillyboy ® - Honig abfüllen, Abfüllkübel neigen, Abfüllkanne schräg stellen, Fassbier zapfen

FILLYBASE® - Fillyboy ® - Honig abfüllen, Abfüllkübel neigen, Abfüllkanne schräg stellen, Fassbier zapfen

FILLYBASE® - Fillyboy ® - Honig abfüllen, Abfüllkübel neigen, Abfüllkanne schräg stellen, Fassbier zapfen

FILLYBASE® - Fillyboy ® - Honig abfüllen, Abfüllkübel neigen, Abfüllkanne schräg stellen, Fassbier zapfen

Joe Lamp'l and the show "Growing a Greener World" visited our NC location last year to speak to our President and bee guru, Shane, for an episode about the first year of a beekeeper and they released the episode! Click the image above to check out the full episode!

How to be a beginning backyard beekeeper - Growing A Greener World TV

Honey Bee's tongue or proboscis, unfolds like a blow horn toy. It is soft and splays at the end, allowing the bee to suck-up any nectar or water.

Pinner: Honey Bee Tongue Called a proboscis, the bees tongue unfolds like a New Year's blow horn toy. It's soft and will splay at the end allowing the bee to suck up any nectar or water.

She Ping shakes off some of the 460,000 bees he was wearing, on April 9, 2014. (AFP/Getty Images)

She Ping released more than bees, attracted them to his body and made himself a 'suit' of bees that weighed more than 100 pounds.

European honeybees find cool relief on a summer day, using their straw-like tongues, or proboscises, to sip water from a backyard birdbath. Photo credit: Kathy Noteboom / Grand Prize by National Wildlife Federation

National Wildlife Photo Contest-Grand-prize <><> Kathy Noteboom >> Grand Prize >> European honeybees find cool relief on a summer day, using their strawlike tongues, or proboscises, to sip water from a backyard birdbath.