Worker honey bees are the only insects with a barbed sting. All other stinging insects (including honey bee queens) have smooth stingers and can withdraw them after use. Not true see common myths of stinging insects in the related links below.
The stinging cells in the hydra is what helps it paralyze its prey. Once it uses its stinging cells to paralyze it, the hydra then uses its tentacles to push into itsslef considering that its only one cell layer thin.
They're are many dangerous stinging insects in the world but the most dangerous is the bee. when you disturb a bunch of bee's in their hive they will get MAD then they will all attack you and you will die only a few people survived that because they jumped in a pool to save themselves
I am stinging. You are stinging. He/she/it is stinging. We are stinging. They are stinging. (Of course, normally only the 3rd person, it or they, would be used with sting.)
Bees leave their stinger in the skin after only stinging once. Wasps can sting over and over and do not leave their stinger.
There is no unifying limit to the number of times an insect can bite. Some insects can only bite once before dying.
Many Animals Eat only insects but mainly it is ant eaters and different kinds of bats.
No. There are many such as catfish.
yesmany people around the world eat insects not only africans
Generally bumble bees don't die after stinging something or someone as they don't have barbs on their stingers. This allows them to sting multiple times. Honeybee stingers are barbed so they can only sting once and die after doing so.
an animal that eats only insects
Yes, only honeybees die after they sting.
Only once and then the squirrel is gone.Only once and then the squirrel is gone.Only once and then the squirrel is gone.Only once and then the squirrel is gone.
no they only eat insects no they only eat insects
Insectivores eat only insects.
Only a few minutes.
This depends on the type of insect. Some insects only ever eat leaves while some eat honeydew once they reach maturity.
I don't think anyone really knows. As far as we can see the barbs serve no purpose to the bee's advantage. The bee's sting really developed in the first place to sting other insects. When the sting is pushed through an insect's hard exoskeleton the barbs make the hole a little larger so the bee has no difficulty withdrawing the sting. It is only when stinging into animal skin, which is elastic and closes up around the sting, gripping the barbs, the bee can't easily withdraw the sting. Only the honey bee has barbed stings. The stings of other bees and wasps are smooth, and they function just as well when stinging other insects and they don't have problems withdrawing the sting after stinging animals.
WOODPECKERS ONLY EAT INSECTS! Sorry caps :)
Correct,Insects ARE the only Invertebrates to evolve to fly!
No, only insects have wings...
You Can nget only one PHD at once.
It is called Entomaphobia. Not really. Entomaphobia is the fear of insects. Insects are only one of many things that you could fear when camping.
Millipedes do not have wings. Amongst arthropods only Insects have wings.