Your screen is to small to play this free web game.
Here is another free online game for you to play. In the Honey Hunt web game, you need to help the Honey Bear to protect his honey deposit from other animals. Hit the animals who trying to steal his yummy food using different weapons. Don't hit the bees which help to deposit honey, which may cause lose your points. Hits the birds to collect coins and fruits which will help you to earn more points. As level progresses you have to safeguard more honey from more animals. Purchase new weapons with the money earned. Also you can purchase traps, bombs etc and place them on field to head off enemies in reaching the honey in this free web game. Have fun!
Do you think bears look cute, and do you also like to play free web games? If you are in the same mood as us today, you probably would like to play our free Honey Hunt game online. Am I right? ;)
Use mouse to play the free Honey Hunt game online.
Black bears in western Montana are taking a sweet, sticky cue from Winnie the Pooh in the search for honey. Last summer there were several reports of bears in Lincoln county roaming and invading bee hives. According to one incident report a bear broke through a window to get into a building where some bee hives where kept. Another one states that a black bear got to someones bee trees as well as a few berry patches near a populated area. Authorities says that bear attacks can slow down honey production, especially if they get to the queen bee.
According to Healthier Talk there are three main reasons why you should eat honey. First of all is the taste. The taste of honey changes according to what plants are flowering when the honey is harvested, so bee keepers make sure to harvest it at the right time. Local honey also helps prevents allergies. Many people has successfully overcome many of the woes of spring and summer allergies by eating local honey. Mass produced honey can be dangerous. More than 60 percent of honey consumed in the U.S. is imported, and about half of that comes from China. Chinese honey contains chloramphenicol, an illegal antibiotic with harsh side effects, especially for those who have a sensitivity to the drug. Often this honey is mislabeled so the Chinese can trick US consumers to believe they are eating safe healthy food.