Celebrating the United Nations World Bee Day on 20 May 2020 QACI Student Directors Ani, Elena and Amelise got their best Waggle Dance on to support the 2020 Global Online Waggle Dance Challenge - an attempt to achieve 20,000 waggle dance videos in honour of the 20,000+ bee species in existence globally.
Bees perform a waggle dance to communicate with each other to indicate the locations of flowers. Visit www.worldbeeday.org.au to find out more about how you can support the initiative and raise awareness about the significance of bees and to see the final global compilation of waggles!
Pollination is a fundamental process for the survival of the earth's ecosystems. Pollinators contribute not only directly to food security, but also to the conservation of biodiversity.