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They lure away the black bears with another batch of honey away from the hives so the black bear will get distracted from the hives, but be careful for the beekeepers, for some black bears do not target the honey.

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Q: What do beekeepers do to protect their hives from black bears?
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Beekeepers keep their honey producing bees in a beehive.


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Do raccoons eat honey?

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What is the career that deals in hives and honey?

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How do beekeepers make hives?

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What is intraspecific interactions with bees?

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Why does a bee have a stinger?

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