The world’s largest bee is first seen in a remote part of Indonesia. After that they have not seen many days. After almost 40 years, the world’s largest bee is recycled. This giant beetle is commonly known as the ‘Flying Bulldog’, its size is as old as the older man. In the 19th century, British naturalist Alfred Russel Wallace discovered this giant bee and named it ‘Flying Bulldog’. Beech photographer Clay Bolt, who took pictures of this huge bee, said, “It is a great experience to see how wonderful these bees are alive, how wonderful it is to hear the great sounds of their huge wings.”
The resident of the Indonesian island region of North Molukkas, the full name of this bee, Megachile pluto, collects sticky resins to protect the house from fungus with its huge turtle. The bees are kept as ‘endangered’ in the IUCN Red List. Although these bees are not low in numbers, they are found in such marginal remote areas that it is difficult to research or maintain after reaching there. Several previous missions in these areas have failed to find these bees.