mostly the stinger to protect her self mostly the stinger to protect her self
it is an animal like bee...............it protect it self in stinging on their enemies............nor to scare them with their black and yellow color.............Wasps protect themselves by stinging their enemies.
have a bee house out of wood
the bumble bee uses its "stinger" on other insects to protect itself.
HOW DO GIERMEN SHEPERDS PROTECT THEM SELF
they protect them self by there winds
they protect their self from camaflage
they use their tronk to protect their self
with its stinger
a honey bee protects herself with her sting
how does a Frilled lizard protect its self?
By stinging its prey.
yes they do.
it protect it self by using it'steeth and his large mouth
i think they protect there self by stomping ,camouflaging or gorging
Bees protect themselves by building a strong hive and defending it with their stingers. They don't so much as protect the individual bees as they do protect the entire colony. Each bee is ready to give their life to protect the other bees.
It uses its powerful jaws and sharp claws to protect its self from predators.
They stalk you on the internet, protect your self by keeping your accounts private.
The self-defensive sinking of a stinger, with the resulting death of the bee, not the wasp, into skin defines a bee or a wasp sting.
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If a bee feels so scared or if there protecting other bees, they will use there stinger, but that will kill normal honey bees.
Honey bees collect honey. Bumble bees protect themselves
To protect themselves from possible bee stings.