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The bee has mandibles (jaws) suspended from the head each side of the mouth. They act like a pair of pliers and are used for any chores that require grasping or cutting, such as working wax to construct the comb, biting into flower parts to release pollen, carrying rubbish out of the hive, or gripping enemies when defending the nest.

The front of the mouth is a wide plate or labrum. A proboscis is formed by bringing together several lower mouth parts and forms a long, slender, hairy tongue that acts as a straw to bring the liquid food (nectar, honey and water) to the mouth. When in use, the tongue moves rapidly back and forth while the flexible tip performs a lapping motion. After feeding, the proboscis is drawn up and folded behind the head.

Bees can eat fine particles like pollen, which is used as a source of protein, but cannot handle big particles.

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โˆ™ 2008-07-08 13:58:37

No. Bees do not have teeth. It is a fact. Bees only suck nectar from flower, therefore, they have no need for real teeth.

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