honey hence the name honey bees Honey bees also produce bees wax by converting honey.
the bears are the ones that eat the honey the honey bees make.they eat the honey bees
Honey bees do make honey if you are wondering
Honey comes from Bees like Honey Bees.
Do honey bees produce WHAT? If the question is "honey", then yes, HONEY bees produce HONEY. If the question is NOT "honey", I'm afraid I can't help you.
Bumble bees do not produce honey. Honey bees produce honey. They are two different species.
No, honey bees are not the only bees that make honey. The bees in question (Apis spp) just happen to be the most famous of the world's natural honey-makers. Other apian examples include bumble and stingless bees.
Unlike other species of bees, honey bees do not hibernate
Bees eat honey
Honey bees are afraid of smoke
No honey bees for the honey.
Birds are the main predators of honey bees.
They are called honey bees because they collect nectar to make honey.
Bumble bees do not have honey pots, the keep their honey in honey combs.
Bees use nectar from flowers to produce honey, the honey badger then feed on the honey that the bees produce.
It is the worker bees that make the honey.
Some products you get from honey bees include Honey and Beeswax.
Of course honey bees are real! The honey has to be preduced somehow!
No, the more honey bees the more honey for us
Honey bees get honey by sucking nectar out of plants. In the hive, this nectar is converted to honey. Different bees make different honey, so as you can imagine, there are a lot of different kinds of honey.
Um.Dumb question but if u need 2 know honey bees aren't as visious as killer bees .therefore killer bees attack more.while,honey bees are humble and do what they do best make honey from flowers nectar
Honey only comes from honey bees (Apis Mellifera), not from any other type of bees.
honey bees eat the honey that they make they make the honey from the pollen they collect from flowers
because new bees were introduced to England and they killed of the honey bees
No. Honey bees (Apis Meliferra) are a different species.