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Comb through the buzzin' beehives of Honey.com at www.honey.com/consumers/kids. You'll find Bee Facts and Honey Trivia at this sweet site. The Draper's Bee Cam lets viewers watch the bees making honey. You can learn how to preserve and store honey for sweet snacks all year. Check out some delicious recipes with honey. Or go out on a limb and try flavored honeys such as avocado and blueberry. When you have finished eating, Take a Virtual Tour of a Hive, but mind those stingers.
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Buzz with the bees and Lanakids at www.lanakids.com. This site, sponsored by Lanacane, reveals the secrets of staying itch free throughout the year. The summer brings a number of hazards, including mosquitoes, ticks, poisonous plants and bees. Load up on cool itch facts and swimming safety tips. Then learn how to avoid frostbite and why winter weather makes skin itchy. The winter "warm-ups" and the "freeze free" fun will keep you going all winter.
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Follow the flight of the mighty monarch butterfly this fall with Monarch Watch at www.monarchwatch.org. You'll find tons of fascinating details about monarchs at this renowned Web site. Did you know that some monarchs migrate up to 3,000 miles? Find out everything you need to know to raise monarchs or to start a butterfly garden. And be sure to check out the beautiful picture gallery. Float on over to Monarch Watch today.
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Enter the bizarre and fascinating universe of insects at Alien Empire, the companion Web site to PBS' Nature series. Buzz off to www.pbs.org/wnet/nature/episodes/alien-empire/introduction/3409 and meet a world of creepy crawlers. This site is jam-packed with multimedia presentations about monarch butterflies, wasps, bees and much more. Better yet, you'll find out how some of these high-flying insects actually get off the ground. Watch out for those dragonflies. You'll also learn about those pesky termites and how they have a way of "bringing down the house." Fashion lovers will get the chance to meet the insect world's most famous weaver, the silk worm. And for a journey like no other, be sure to follow the migration path of the monarch butterfly. But remember: Don't let the Web bugs bite!
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The whole world is bugging out. There are millions of busy, crawling, munching creatures all over the planet, so you may as well get in on the invasion. Buzz over to www.insecta-inspecta.com and join the cyber-colony of insect maniacs. See one of the biggest termite hills in the world, go underground with an army ant and inspect yourself for arachnophobia. Be sure to gaze upon the famous insects of the art world, and then run for cover from the killer bees. This site is totally swarming with fun facts, goofy graphics and amazing video clips that'll have your eyes bugging out. Invade Insecta Inspecta World as soon as you can.
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