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 What type of mouthparts do honey bees have?

Answer Honey bees have a combined mouth parts than can both chew and suck (whereas grasshoppers can chew and moth can suck, but not both). This is accomplished by having both mandibles and a proboscis. Th... Read More »
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Are honey bees useful?

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How to Buy Honey Bees?

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Is honey cruel to bees?

Yes it is. Honey is produced by bees as a food source to sustain the hive through dry periods when there are few flowers and then through the winter. To harvest it bees are gassed and many die fr... Read More »
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What are on the honey bees diet?

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