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i think that bees will not encouter with ants much of the time. But I still think that they will sting.

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Q: How do bees protect themselves from ants?
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How does bees protect themselves?

Bees protect themselves by stinging its victim, if it is a woman, a male bee cannot sting.

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How do leaf cutter ants protect themselves?

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How do honey bees protect themselves?

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How an insect can protect itself?

usually, they have some sort of weapon to use when they are in danger, such as bees: they can protect themselves by stinging. Ladybugs defend themselves by producing a poisin like substance(usually orange ladybugs). Ants can also defend themselves by biting what they think it delisious.

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How do ants monkeys and elephants protect themselves from enemies?

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How do ants protect themselves?

Ants protect themselves mostly by biting. For their size they have some powerful jaws. Additionally, many species of ant are capable of delivering a sting filled with formic acid.

Why does a bee have a stinger?

Bees have stingers so that they can protect themselves and their hives.

Why do bees sting other organisms?

To protect themselves The do so in order to defend themselves or their nest.

What class is bees beetles and ants?

The class that bees, beetles, and ants belong to is insects.

How is a bumble bee different from a honey bee?

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How does a bee protect itself from enemies?

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