What are Honey Bees?
Honeybees are social insects found all over the world. They are beneficial insects because of their role in pollination. Honeybees pollinate more than 100 crops in the U.S.
- Color: Predominantly golden-yellow with brown bands
- Legs: 6
- Shape: Oval; bee shape
- Size: 1/2
- Antennae: Yes
Honeybees are active pollinators and produce honey which feeds their young in colder months. The honeybee is the only social insect whose colony can survive many years.
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