Bees – A Sting in the Tale

Why Bees?

Of all the animals, bees were chosen by the Royal Geographic Society in 2019 as “the most important animal in the world”.

What makes bees so important? What dramatic phenomenon related to bees has taken place in recent years?

What do we know about the state of bees around the world and what relevant action is being taken at Ramat Hanadiv?

What Can Each One of Us Do?

These issues are addressed in the new exhibition “Bees – A Sting in the Tale”.
The exhibition will be on display in the Visitors Pavilion at Ramat Hanadiv.


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