How honeybees do without males

Speaking as a male, I’m not sure I approve of this, but nobody asked. 😉

An isolated population of honeybees, the Cape bees, living in South Africa has evolved a strategy to reproduce without males. A research team has sequenced the entire genomes of a sample of Cape bees and compared them with other populations of honeybees to find out the genetic mechanisms behind their asexual reproduction.

Source: How honeybees do without males — ScienceDaily