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Harold Keiner
Answered: Jan 07, 2019
Turns out bee flight mechanisms are more exotic than thought. "The honeybees have a rapid wing beat," Altshuler told LiveScience. "In contrast to the fruit fly that has one eightieth the body...Read More

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John Adney
Answered: May 29, 2017
Honey bees are cold blooded because their internal body heat changes due to the weather.

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John Smith
Answered: Apr 05, 2020
5 mph

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Wmagee
Answered: Apr 05, 2020
Cold Blooded

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John Smith
Answered: Apr 05, 2020
15 MPH

The honeybees wings stroke is fast, approximately 200 beats per second, this is what makes their distinctive buzz sound. Those wings can propel the bee up to 15 miles an hour. So...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Apr 05, 2020
True

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Wmagee
Answered: Apr 05, 2020
False

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John Smith
Answered: Apr 05, 2020
False

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E. Austin
Answered: Nov 15, 2018
There are many people who do not like bees because they sting. Whenever they see a bee, they run away from them. However, there are many reasons that bees should be around. It would be terrible...Read More

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Harold Keiner
Answered: Jan 07, 2019
It seems to have originated in eastern tropical Africa and spread from there toEuropeand eastwards intoAsiato the Tien Shan range. It is variously called theEuropean, western, or common honey bee...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Apr 05, 2020
Egg, larvae, pupae, adult

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L. Liliass
Answered: Sep 19, 2017
The Lynx is not a bee among these. A lynx is any of the four species within the Lynx genus of medium-sized wild cats, which includes the bobcat. The name "lynx" originated in Middle English...Read More

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Harold Keiner
Answered: Jan 07, 2019

Depends on location more northern the bees need more honey for winter.

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Wmagee
Answered: Apr 05, 2020
White man s fly

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S. Hughes
Answered: Sep 17, 2019
Yellowjackets belong to the genera known as “wasps” but they are often confused and mistaken for bees because of the similarity in size and the fact that they also sting. Compared to...Read More

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