These bees of the ocean are nothing like the typical insects we know, they do not have stingers nor do they buzz.
The sea "bees" is a marine worm and crustacean that is microscopic in size. Although they look nothing like the bees of the land, the colloquial name was used because, just like the bees, these creature pollinate in the same way. As they feed from the seagrass and the pollens, some stick and transfer to others serving as a method to populate the sea floor.
These were first noticed at a research in the National Autonomous University of Mexico; however, their capacity to pollinate has only been verified now.
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