Bazinga! Bee Species Gets Named After “The Big Bang Theory”

Brazilian biologist is one of Sheldon Cooper's fans, names a bee species in his honor

  Bee species is named after "The Big Bang Theory"
Jim Parsons (i.e. the actor who plays Sheldon Cooper in “The Big Bang Theory”) can now add naming a bee species to his list of accomplishments.

Jim Parsons (i.e. the actor who plays Sheldon Cooper in “The Big Bang Theory”) can now add naming a bee species to his list of accomplishments.

This is because a Brazilian biologist named Andre Nemesio has recently decided to take Sheldon Cooper's catchphrase, “Bazinga!” and turn it into a proper name for a species of orchid bee.

Needless to say, this has only happened because said biologist is a big fan of both this television series and of Jim Parsons' character.

The bee species named after Sheldon Cooper is to be referred to as Euglossa bazinga from now on, sources report.

Commenting on the biologist's decision, Co-producer Steven Molaro made a case of how, “Sheldon would be honored to know that Euglossa bazinga was inspired by him. In fact, after 'Mothra' and griffins, bees are his third-favorite flying creatures.”

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