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2009-05-04 05:43:21
2009-05-04 05:43:21

No, there are no such things as "blue bees". There are only striped yellow & black bees. ============ yes there are,deep in the tropical rain forest`s,they are very metalic colored ranging from green to blue, and depending on light angle can change colors.they are very small and sting-less! blue is however the rarest color in the animal kingdom. ___ Yes there are Blue Bees. We have seen them many times in Hong Kong ... in fact one was just hovering over my desk as I had the window open. Instead of yellow and black stripes they have a beautiful blue and black stipes.

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