What has 23 bee's in it?
bUSH'S SECRET SERVICE AGENTS 23 OF THEM HAVE A LAST NAME THAT START WITH THE LETTER B
Collective nouns for bees are: a bike of bees a charm of bees a cluster of bees an erst of bees a game of bees a grist of bees a hive of bees a hum of bees a nest of bees a rabble of bees a swarm of bees Collective nouns for flies are: a business of flies a cloud of flies a grist of flies a hatch of flies a swarm of flies
A group of bees is called a swarm, grist or hive, or a colony. There are also other names for a group of bees such as: A bike of bees. A cluster of bees. A cast of bees. A drift of bees. An erst of bees. A game of bees. A rabble of bees. A stand of bees. A colony, or it could be a swarm. A colony or it could be a swarm
There are around 260 species of bee. These can be broken down into groups, for example there are 17 species of bumblebee. These groups include: * Sweat bees * Carpenter bees * Honeybees * Bumblebees * Stingless bees * Africanized bees * Leafcutter bees * Mason bees * Hornfaced bees * Cleptoparasitic bees * Cuckoo bees
There is no abstract noun form for the noun 'bees', a word for a physical creature. An abstract noun is a word for something that can't be experienced by any of the five physical senses; something that can't be seen, heard, smelled, tasted, or touched. The standard collective nouns for a group of bees are: a bike of bees a charm of bees a cluster of bees an erst of bees a game of bees…
No, they are probably Bumble Bees or they could be wasps. Digger bees (ground bees) will be different than honey bees...honey bees will be a colony consisting of one nest with thousands of bees...digger bees, may be a colony of dozens to hundreds, but it will be 1 nest to a bee, just many nests in the same area..do note, in arid areas honey bees are known to nest in the ground in old rodent…