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Amar Bhaskar Sipping Nectar Honeybees use nectar to make honey. Bees use their long, straw like tube tongues called a proboscis so they can suck the nectar out of the flowers and store it in their “honey stomachs”. This is separate from and in front of its digestive stomach and is used only for storing nectar. It is wonderful to see Bees losing themselves while looking for nectar from deep inside the Cock's Comb flower. 0 stars, based on 0 reviews 0 5
Rs.6500.00

Sipping Nectar

Rs.6,500.00
Sipping Nectar
Sipping Nectar

Sipping Nectar

Rs.6,500.00
Model Number: V17-UNO-AB02
Honeybees use nectar to make honey. Bees use their long, straw like tube tongues called a proboscis so they can suck the nectar out of the flowers and store it in their “honey stomachs”. This is separate from and in front of its digestive stomach and is used only for storing nectar. It is wonderful to see Bees losing themselves while looking for nectar from deep inside the Cock's Comb flower.
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Honeybees use nectar to make honey. Bees use their long, straw like tube tongues called a proboscis so they can suck the nectar out of the flowers and store it in their “honey stomachs”. This is separate from and in front of its digestive stomach and is used only for storing nectar. It is wonderful to see Bees losing themselves while looking for nectar from deep inside the Cock’s Comb flower.

Technical Details

  • Nikon D7000
  • Sigma 105mm
  • ISO 200, F8, 1/60
  • Location: Lalbagh, Bengaluru

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  • Print Media: Hahnemule Canvas 
  • Size: 18 x 27 inches
  • Print Type: Epson Professional Inkjet Printer
  • Protection: Protective spray
  • Frame: 0.5 inch thin black frame