Here are my Science Seeker Editor's Selections for the past week:

When do so-called "killer bees" stop killing? At "The Beast, The Bard, and The Bot," learn about when africanized honey bees turn nice.

At the Scientific American Observations blog, Michael Moyer asks the Facebook IPO question we're all thinking: What Will Make Eduardo Saverin Happier: U.S. Citizenship or $67 Million?

After the winter, ectothermic snakes need a little boost to warm up. How do they do it? At The Scorpion and the Frog, Miss Behavior explains: Snakes Deceive to Get a Little Snuggle.

At the CHIMERAS blog, riffing on the latest issue of Science magazine, blogger E.E. Giorgi muses on bonobos, chimpanzees, humans, and the natural history of aggression.