The world’s largest species of bee – not seen alive in the wild since 1981 – has once again been sighted.
Feared by many to be extinct, the rediscovery was made in January by a team of US and Australian scientists who were searching for the elusive insect on the remote North Moluccas archipelago in north-east Indonesia. Read more: http://bit.ly/GWR-WallaceBee
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