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Hello guys today I will tell you about HONEY BEE ğŸ

The domestic honeybee, also frequently spelled “honey bee” and known scientifically as the European or western honeybee, is the most common of the nine species of honey-producing bees. A honey bee colony typically consists of three kinds of adult bees: workers, drones, and a queen. Several thousand worker bees cooperate in nest building, food collection, and brood rearing. Each member has a definite task to perform, related to its adult age. The humans to first encounter honey over 10,000 years ago would have found it inside of a wild bee’s nest and, for some reason, decided to taste the sweet spoils. In a time when fruit was they sweetest thing they had ever tasted, honey seemed like a revelation from the gods. Honey bees are friendly and don’t attack or sting without being provoked. However, some factors can shape the defensive response of bees, like genetics and their roles in the colony. The reason bees are so noisy is because they beat their wings 11,400 times in one minute! Only female bees can sting. Honey bees communicate through a series of dance moves. A hive of bees will fly over 55,000 miles to make 1lb of honey and can create 100lbs of honey in a year. A honey bee is able to sting a person or predator using its stinger. Honey bee stings are quite painful and even life threatening to a small percentage of people who are allergic to the venom. Honey bees usually sting as a form of defense of themselves or their colony.A honey bee is able to sting a person or predator using its stinger. Honey bee stings are quite painful and even life threatening to a small percentage of people who are allergic to the venom. Honey bees usually sting as a form of defense of themselves or their colony.

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