Wasps and Hornets
How do bees protect themselves from ants?
Asked in Termites
How do ants and termites protect themselves are they live in colonies?
How an insect can protect itself?
Asked in Wasps and Hornets, Ants
What are some differences between bees and ants?
One obvious difference is that bees have wings, and ants do not. Another is that bees live in hives, but ants live in anthills, or piles of dirt . . . with tunnels. Another would be that ants have to hunt for their food, but bees make the stuff that they eat with their surroundings. ANOTHER difference is that ants bite or spray acid to defend themselves, but bees use their stingers. Yet still, they both have the ability to sting, but not all species of ants are able to do this. Another difference that I know are that ants have more species than bees, but they only beat them by 2,000 species. There are A LOT more, so keep searching for answers!