This footage captured the amazing moment a small bee manages to pull a nail out of a brick wall.
In an incredible show of strength the little guy works hard, almost giving up twice, to remove the metal pin from the hiding space.
Filmed in the UK the mason bee can be seen in the clip buzzing around the nail.
The man recording the action can be heard saying: "Look at that. Pull it out honey bee. You can do it."
The bee seems to climb up the nail and almost gives up before coming back for a second attempt.
After his third attempt, the commentator happily cheers: "Good lad."
The bee was not a honey bee but a mason bee. Masons are solitary creatures and unlike honey bees do not form colonies. They get their name from their use of mud in building their nets. The males die soon after mating, but the females build nests, collect pollen and lay eggs.