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Bees

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Ivan Lopez

on 2 October 2011

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Transcript of Bees

Bees Bees are four-winged, flower-feeding insects. They have enlarged hind feet, branched or feathered body hairs, and generally a stinger. What are the bee's body parts? Honeybees and bumblebees are the most common. Bumblebees are larger and stronger than honeybees. Bees are beneficial insects because they produce honey and pollinate crops. Almost all cases of Africanized honey bee attacks can be traced back to some provocation, such as a kid tossing a stone at the hive, or some noise or vibration, such as that of a lawn mower, weed eater or tractor. Once disturbed by something, Africanized honey bees can range quite far from the source of irritation, attacking anything that looks threatening. Bee attacks are dangerous. How do bees look? Bees are so amazing and dangerous.
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