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Images Dated 17th February 2003

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Close-up of honey bees (Apis mellifera) Featured 17 Feb 2003 Print

Close-up of honey bees (Apis mellifera)

Honey bees. Close-up of honey bees (Apis mellifera). Most honey bees are workers which construct, maintain and defend the nest, take care of the larvae and gather food. Bees eat pollen, nectar and honey. The workers produce honey, a rich sugar solution used to feed the young, by converting ingested nectar in special sacs in their gut. Honey bees originated in southern Asia, but they have now been introduced throughout the world. They are highly social insects and are kept by humans for their honey which they store in honeycomb, hexagonal cells of secreted wax

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open-uri20120928-15858-199zwlo Featured 17 Feb 2003 Print

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2003 Racing Past... Exhibition
1952 Italian Grand Prix, Monza. Ferraris first World Champion Alberto Ascari winning at home.
World Copyright - LAT Photographic
Exhibition ref: a085

open-uri20120928-15858-1tz5x89 Featured 17 Feb 2003 Print

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2003 Racing Past... Exhibition
1950 British Grand Prix, Silverstone. Juan Manuel Fangio sits in his Alfa Romeo 158 at the first round of the new World Championship.
World Copyright - LAT Photographic
Exhibition ref: a098