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Enjoy our new Article: About Honey Bees
When it comes to bees, everyone is very familiar with the honey bee. While all humans do not necessarily like bees, the honey bee is definitely one of the most popular as they produce one of the sweetest tasting products in the world: Honey! Of course, honey bees do not just produce and make honey, but their honey comb is also something that humans really enjoy. We can make all sorts of things out of the honey comb wax! In this article, we will explore many of the facts that people simply do not know about these interesting and wonderful insects. For example, did you know that there may be about forty-four subspecies of honey bees but only about eleven of those have been identified? Of course the honey bee represents only a very small fraction of the twenty-thousand species of bees, but there is definitely something to be said about this creature and what it contributes to the world.
The life cycle of the honey bee is actually pretty interesting. As with all bees, the queen bee is the one that lays all of the eggs. The eggs are laid singularly in a cell of the wax honeycomb that is of course produced and shaped by the worker bees – come on, who hasn’t seen The Bee Movie? When the honey bee is first born from larvae, it starts out as a worker bee and the young worker bee’s job is to clean the hive and feed all of the new larvae. This is of course when the young bee’s royal
jelly producing glands develop which are used to feed larvae. This will continue to be the honey bee’s life until they decide to take their first flight and finally leave the hive. As soon as a bee leaves the hive to find pollen, they typically are now referred to as a forager bee.
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