Visits to the Smithsonian's National Zoo just became a little bit sweeter with the arrival of a new honeybee colony. With a hive made of glass in the Zoo's Pollinarium and full access to the outdoors, these bees are showing off the wondrous ways of their world. To celebrate the bees' arrival and generate buzz, the Zoo is calling for entries on the website from individuals of all ages in two categories: favorite honey recipes and original honeybee poems. In addition to displaying entries on its website, the Zoo will randomly select one participant from each category to take a private tour with their families of the Zoo's Pollinarium and Invertebrate Exhibit. For more information, visit: http://nationalzoo.si.edu/Animals/Invertebrates/Pollinarium/honey.cfm.
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