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The Roadologist Blog -- For more blogs from Better Roads, click here. Material Handler Tries to Destroy B15 Smartphone Watching the video of Caterpillar’s B15 smartphone put through tests – such as a 35-foot drop – made me feel like I was ...
Wow. Talk about a swarm. After a truck carrying as many as 20 million honey bees overturned on highway in Delaware, the insects were released and swarming in droves. Beekeepers had to relocate the bees and hives before the truck could be ...
Sea-Tac Airport in Washington State has launched a new program to help honey bees repopulate, according to KOMO News. The program places a dozen hives in the far corners of the runways of the airport, which has 853 daily flights. Bob Redmond, ...
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