Nottingham Trent University's Newton building has a new addition; a colony of honey bees. The hive, located on the green roof of the Newton building, was installed in June 2012 and is home to around 20,000 bees.
The University has bees on all three campuses, with Brackenhurst hosting hives for the Nottinghamshire Bee Keepers Association and hives being used for research at Clifton.
This camera allows you to see life inside the hive as these fascinating creatures grow and develop their colony, raising their larvae and producing honey.
Want to learn more about animals and their environments? Why not look at the range of Animal, Rural and Environmental Sciences courses we offer for all ages, at Nottingham Trent University?