After being exposed to factory waste, French bees were found to produce what?
Which ubiquitous insects are actually?
Answer: Green honey
In the summer of 2012, French beekeepers were alerted to discover their beehives filled with surprisingly colored honey. Comb after comb turned out to be filled with beautiful blue, green, red and yellow honey; all shades far too far away from the simple amber-like sun-like hue that you would expect from freshly collected honey. Specifically, the type of food colorants used to color candy and soft drinks. Further investigation revealed that the dyes were a nearby factory that processed the waste from an M&M chocolate factory in the region. The smart bees had somehow found their way to the waste stream produced by the factory and luckily (albeit lazy) scooped up as many brightly colored scraps as possible.