Bees and Beekeeping

What bees live in?


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2016-12-07 07:02:31
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Bees stay in bee hives.


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Honey bees live in a hive, bumble bees live in a nest.

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Bees live wherever they want to!

Yes, bees can and do live indoors. Several botanical gardens keep bees.

does honey bees live alone?

No they do not. Bumble bees live underground.

Bumble bees live in small nests.

Honey bees do not live in the Arctic or Antarctic.

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Only honey bees (Apis Mellifera) live in large colonies of up to 80,000 bees because they work as a team and are known as social bees. Other bees live individually or in small groups and are known as solitary bees.

It depends on the species of bee. With solitary bees they will live alone, but with social bees they live with the colony. Honey bee drones could not live alone because they depend on the worker bees to feed them.

Bees live in colonies or hives.

Yes, there are bees in Japan.

Bees live everywhere in the world except for the Arctic and Antarctic.

honey bees, bubble bees, wasp

Queen bees can live from 1 year to 5 years.

Honey bees do not live underground. They build their nests in trees or in holes in walls. Mining bees build their nests underground. Mining bees do not produce honey.

Bees live in different locations. The honeybee lives in a hive as do many other species of this insect. Some bees burrow underground and others live in small nests.

male bees do not do any work. They do not live long.

No, bees are herbivores: they live on pollen and nectar.

Social bees are mainly honey bees and live in a colony of several thousand. Solitary bees, as their name implies, mostly live on their own but sometimes in small colonies of up to one hundred.

Honey bees live everywhere in the world except for the Arctic and Antarctic.

They live underground, usually in mud holes. Bumble bees burrow.

Killer bees can live in Pennsylvania. They are able to live in the majority of the United States, as well as in Africa and Brazil.

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