20 mph is the max speed of a bumble bee.
The average speed is 15 mph
I would say under 10 mph.
I don't know where the answer above came from, but I can tell you that I was just out riding my bike in no wind and had a bumble bee in FRONT of me for about 20 yards while I was going 27 mph. I would say they could go close to 30 for short distances in good conditions.
not to heavy to fly.
Bumble bees fly in daylight. They don't fly in the dark.
Both the bumble bee and the honey bee can fly at an average speed of about 15 mph (24 kph). Both the bumble bee and the honey bee can fly to an average speed of 24 kilometres per hour which is 15 miles per hour.
i think because they hum while they fly
a fast bumble bee, i guess....
as many as it wishes
A bumble bee of course!
well...they sometimes fly over the Himalaya Mountains when they migrate...
what insect look like a dragon fly and a bee
No, a bumble bee is an insect.
Bumble bee is a camaro
a bumble bee is fuzzy
Humble bumble...bee? Shy fly.
the honey bee makes honey the bumble bee does not
Yes, all insects have six legs and most fly. A bee is definitely an insect.
A bumble bee is an insect.
The bumble fee is in the Apidae family. The order of the bumble bee is Hymenoptera.
A bumble bee is a large hairy bee that makes a loud humming noise. The Bumble bee lives in small colonies in underground holes.
Flying squirrels actually glide not fly
Almost anything can kill a bumble bee.
tuna is not made from bumble bee
it is a hmmingbird that looks like a bumble bee
You don't destroy a bumble bee hive!
Bumble Bee Foods was created in 1910.