A honeybee first travels to a flower, where it collects nectar, which is a mixture of mainly sucrose and water. Then, enzymes within the bee turn the sucrose into glucose and fructose. When moisture is evaporated from this substance, 18% water remains, and what is left is known as honey.
Honeybees like to make honey to keep them fed over the winter.
It attracts honeybees.
Honey does not grow. It is created by honeybees.
Honeybees eat honey or nectar, and pollen.
Yes. Honeybees and honey can be natural resources.
Honeybees' wings flap so fast that they make a buzzing noise.
Pollen and honey
Honey bees make honey to feed themselves in winter when they can't leave their hive and even if they could, there would be no flowers for them to feed on.
Yes. Honeybees literally work themselves to death in the summer.
bears love honey sooo
Honeybees have a proboscis.
Honeybees. There is no other way.
Apiculture or beekeeping.
we can stop taking their honey
Honey bees are a subset of bees that build a hive made of wax and produce honey. There are several types, but honeybees are usually characterized by having hair on their bodies...
Wasps will attack honeybees, especially in late summer, to get at their honey stores in the hives.
Honeybees produce honey, and are consumed by critters that prey upon honeybees -- so they are both.
Making honey. If you buy a jar of honey in a supermarket, it has been produced by honey bees.The uses for honey bees are to produce honey
Honey bees produce honey and bumble bees don't.
Honey is obtained from honeybees . So it contain vitamin B.
Honey bees make money by consuming the nectar of flowers, partially digesting it, and then regurgitating it. The process breaks down the nectar and removes much of the moisture to prevent fermentation.
The honey bee is apis mellifera.
Well, they produce honey :D
bears,spiders,and honey badger.