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17 Comments

  • Rattlyn Animations 5 days ago

    What would be ideal conditions in a garden to attract these by any chance?? Also what could i do to protect bees?? I see some come every now and again to some of my lavenders but how could i make it more ideal to suit them?
    Thanks for reading this!

  • Jordan De Knikker 5 days ago

    Got me some Yellow Jackets. My onion blooms look incredible and i haven't seen a caterpillar on a plant in a while.

  • Martin Fletcher 5 days ago

    BEE'S little fellas? Most bees are female

  • Varun Vimal 5 days ago

    try to name some harmful insects
    I need

  • Mar Betu 5 days ago

    vor-a-cious

  • TRUE Physique 5 days ago

    great video as usual! Maybe another similar video on bugs more common in the USA? I know you could probably do 20 different types of these videos since there are millions of bug types lol. Thank you.

  • Jim Miw 5 days ago

    Try to save carmine bugs. About 70,000 carmine bugs are killed to produce 1 pound of dye. How could this happen in nowadays world where animals' right awareness is rising? Carmine bugs' life matter also…Come on everybody. Find solutions. Be merciful…

  • Henry Viera 5 days ago

    Black widows, brown racus, and wolf spiders are all a problem in my area

  • _Paws_ 5 days ago

    2:04 I never knew they were beneficial. Compared to all the flies that gets trapped between the screen of the window, these actually managed to properly enter the window and go back out again without crawling. They literally hovered their way through, unlike the other bugs that gets trapped. Their behavior of flapping their wings when they land on something is intimidating, they almost seem to be mimicking wasps.

  • Raymond Yocum 5 days ago

    Excellent video! I want to find the follow-up video to find ways to attract these bugs!

  • Ryan M 5 days ago

    Today when me and my friend were waiting for our bus outside he saw a ladybug and tried to hold it then the second he touched it thenladybug played dead

  • KAMERON BELL 5 days ago

    Honey bees are not native polinaters in a lot of places.

  • Oliver Joyce 5 days ago

    save the bees!!!!!

  • Thomas Morgan 5 days ago

    thank you for helping me with my homework

  • Tommans 650 5 days ago

    Spiders are not technically insects. But they're classed as pests.

  • Kadie Wolfy 5 days ago

    I am scared off bees I almost got stung way to many times

  • Kelly Soo 5 days ago

    how do you attract these good guys to your garden, please? Do you have a video on this matter? Thank you so much for this video