Honey bees have hair on their eyes!
Honey bees serve a very crucial role in the environment, and it isn't just to sting, and scare the crap out of you while your outside! As you probably know, bees are responsible for travelling from flower to flower transferring pollen. The pollen is able to transfer with the bee because of all the tiny hairs on the bees body, which pollen gets stuck in.
You've probably figured it out at this point - bees have tiny hairs on their eyes in order to transfer more pollen with every visit. Mother Nature always wants to maximize on productivity, as demonstrated by the every day honey bee. If you look at the picture close enough, you will see a tiny piece of pollen in the top right corner of the bees eye!
Hairy eyes to maximize productivity? Talk about dedication to your job. For more information, click the source!