Bees can walk or fly.
Yes, bees can fly. However, their bodies are not made in a shape that allows them to fly, thus it is a mistery to science how they can really fly.
No, honey bees usually only fly in daylight.
No. In fact, bees won't fly in rain at all if they can help it.
Yes, bees can fly in the rain for a limited time, but they try to avoid it.
Bees can fly in rain, but they don't like to. The sun helps their navigation/sense of direction. When bees get caught in a thunderstorm they have to either fly or wait out the storm
yes they do fly
Some tropical bees can and the European hornets fly at night.
Moths and Bees can both fly.
No, but bumble bees do.
Yes, they have wings and fly with them to get around.
There is no atmosphere or flowers on the moon so no bees can niether fly nor polinate
Yes, bee can indeed fly backwards. Bees have the ability to fly in numerous directions and can also hover in one spot.
They usually don't fly at night.
Bees can fly at up to 15 miles per hour (24 kilometres per hour).
Bees can fly in light rain, but they prefer not to. They can't fly in heavy rain -- imagine being that size and being hit by a raindrop...
With their wings.