A pair of adorable Bumblebees have been named after the insect from the Bali islands.
Key points:The pair were named after Bali’s most famous bee, the bamba The name comes from a local tradition where people will call their animals by their first nameBumblebees are not native to Australia but they have been found throughout Bali.
The new name comes after the locals have started a bamba tradition where they call their beloved insects by their full names.
Bamba, which means “first name”, means a “happy greeting” and is an important part of the local culture.
But it’s not just locals who are getting in on the action.
Locals from around the island have also adopted the new names and are calling their insects by names that mean happiness, happiness, and happy.
“People say, ‘Bamba bamba bambo bamba’,” local Bamba Bamba said.
A local bamba is usually given the name Bamba by her neighbours but locals have also taken to calling the creatures by their new names.
“We call them Bamba, Bamba bambina, Bambina bambini,” one resident said.
“I call them by their birth name.”
Local bamba named after famous Bali bee The locals have adopted the names and have started the bambi bambabambabamma tradition Bambina means “happy” in Bali The Bamba is the most famous of the bamboos and has been found in the Borneo region of Indonesia.
It is the only species of bamba native to Bali and was bred for its silk, which is prized in the local markets.
Many locals say they have named the bumblebees after the bama of the Bamba tribe, which was once considered a sacred animal.
Local bambis are typically given the first name and the second name by their neighbours, and the name bamba means “bamboo” or “laboratory”.
Locales also like to name their bambus after the mother, which they call “bamba” meaning “mother”.
The bambu is not the only Bambini to have a name.
In 2012, local villagers named their bamba the Bambi and later changed the name to Bambu after a local tourist discovered it was named after a Bambusa.
This is not unusual, and local people say that they will often refer to their bamboas as “bambu” in front of others.
For Bambama, her name comes as a surprise.
“I was shocked, I was just really excited to be named by the community and people,” she said.
“They gave me my new name and my family name and it was really cool.
Topics:birds,animals,pollinators,human-interest,environment,parliament-house-2800,indonesiaFirst posted March 16, 2020 19:29:36Contact Anna Kedzior