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    NOT SO TOUGH NOW ARE WE MR.BEE!! HAHAHAAHA!
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    wtf is that thing?
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    Tis a Dragonfly (Southern hawker??) pwning a bumble bee.
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    http://www.dreammoods.com/dreamthemes/bugs.htm

    Bees > Dragonflies

    That picture's left me in shock
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    How wrong can you be. You meaning you!
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    Mute go here - your bees need you!

    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/showthread.php?t=187953
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    Though dragonflies are predators, they themselves must be wary of many predators. Birds, lizards, frogs, spiders, fish, water bugs, and even other large dragonflies have all been seen eating odonates

    http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/arthrop...donatoida.html

    Even Dragonflies only like other dragonflies as a tasty treat.
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    I know someone who is the bees-knees
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    Me! It's me isn't it! yay! :party:
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    heads, shoulders bees and toes,
    bees and toes.
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    (Original post by mute)
    Though dragonflies are predators, they themselves must be wary of many predators. Birds, lizards, frogs, spiders, fish, water bugs, and even other large dragonflies have all been seen eating odonates

    http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/arthrop...donatoida.html

    Even Dragonflies only like other dragonflies as a tasty treat.
    Yeah I know alot about dragonflies. Because Birds, lizards, frogs, spiders, fish, water bugs don't eat bees too? I think you'll find they do. Bees also eat their own kind I'll think you find. But the fact that they are cannabalistic is hardly evidence against their claim to top aerial predator.
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    err..don't recall ever saying who it was..:cool:

    apple-tree: :p:
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    (Original post by apple tree)
    heads, shoulders bees and toes,
    bees and toes.
    Exactly; dragonflies are head and shoulders above bees (and toes)
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    y'know now there's a whole thread dedicated to bees and things I want to hear more about gardenstate. Do they have a football team?
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    What's gardenstate?
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    not large enough for a football team, there's sometimes street football, all sorts play, even mr. kipling the baker.
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    (Original post by mute)
    y'know now there's a whole thread dedicated to bees and things I want to hear more about gardenstate. Do they have a football team?
    I don't think the players are allowed to step on the grass .
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    (Original post by Natalie Lane)
    I don't think the players are allowed to step on the grass .
    that's right, we gracefully dance across it
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    (Original post by apple tree)
    that's right, we gracefully dance across it
    But, but... you're the Gardenstate! You should protect nature, not ruin it so .
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    My stupid 44k dial-up keeps diconnecting me- I don't think it wants me hanging around you guys
 
 
 
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