Bumblebees have been around for thousands of years.
However, the common and the rare have been making the news lately.
Now, thanks to a project by Mashable contributor Sarah Miller, you can make your own bumblebees, or at least try to, at home.
As Miller points out, the bumblebugs are common in Australia and New Zealand, but rare in New Zealand.
That means if you happen to live in New York City, chances are that you have a bumblebug that you’d love to have.
Miller’s bumble bee creation is made up of a berry mix, honey, and a binder (similar to what you’d find at a grocery store).
The berry blend is then put into a jar with a small amount of honey and put on a baking sheet.
The binder contains the berry mixture and a small number of eggs.
The eggs hatch, and then, once the eggs hatch they’ll feed on the honey and make the binder.
When Miller baked her bumble bees, she found that the bums worked well.
She was able to make up to five bums at a time.