Here's a question for all of you intellectuals out there. Where do bees go at night? I have pondered this question for many a year now and am seeking advice from those around me.
Now, seriously consider this question. Where do our furry friends place themselves when the sun departs? Where do they slumber after the day has vanished? Not once have I ever seen a bee at night. And I can safely say to you that if I were to walk outside now, there would not be one bee in sight.
So, does a bee sleep with the birdfolk in the trees? Possibly underwater as our marine friends do? Or maybe they prefer the quiet life, dwelling in the ground with the majestic creature- the humble ant?
I don't know, that is why I am asking this information of you. And, upon asking this puzzling complexity, another question is poised- where do flies go at night?