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Author Topic: BEE...NOT YOU BEE BUT THE INSECT BEE..LOL...  (Read 955 times)

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BEE...NOT YOU BEE BUT THE INSECT BEE..LOL...
« on: October 08, 2012, 05:31:23 AM »
Bee   Bee picture Useful Insects: Where would we be without bees, aka "the world's most useful insect"? For such tiny creatures, measuring only 1/8" to 1 inch in length, bees do the heavy lifting of providing honey, wax and pollinating most of the world's plants. Females carry their honey load in a "basket" located on their hind legs. Complex Communities: Honey and bumble bees live in complex communities consisting of a queen, males and sterile females. While the honey bee constructs a home of individual wax cells to raise their young, the bumble bee uses grass and wax to create a home. A Furry Body: A body covered by fur enables bees to continue their daily rounds of pollination on cooler days