The bee sculptures which have which have been dotted around Manchester this summer are being auctioned off for charity later.
The most popular are expected to fetch between £5,000 and £8,000 with funds going to the Lord Mayor of Manchester's We Love MCR charity.
There are 101 big bees for sale. There are also 130 smaller ones which will go back to the schools that decorated them.
The bee, which is depicted in the city's coat of arms, became a symbol of resilience after the Arena Terror attack.
Wild in Art will hold the auction at the National Cycling Centre in Eastlands.
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