If you have ever wondered why honeybees tend to die after stinging someone, this picture says it all. In an unbelievable capture by Kathy Keatley Garvey, a UC Davis Communications Specialist in the Department of Enomology, we are well see a bee stinging a person’s arm and then attempting to fly away as the stinger remains lodged in the victim. That trail of goo you see? It’s in reality the bee’s abdominal tissue. The incredible capture netted Garvey the first-place gold feature photo award in an Association for Communication Excellence competition. On the fortunate timing, Kathy Keatley Garvey said she was walking with a friend and a bee came close to him and started buzzing in a high-pitch. She said that’s normally a telltale sign that a bee’s about to sting, so she immediately readied her camera and snapped this image.