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Free Moving Images of BeesBees are social insects and partners. They live in hives, where there are three castes.

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Bee painting with colors
Bee painting with colors
Bee carrying a flower
Bee carrying a flower
Anthophila
Anthophila
Little bee
Little bee
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Bee caught
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Bee on a daisy
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Bee happy
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Bee on a flower
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Bee
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Bees flying
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Free animated gifs of Bees to get them free. Now you have found this you can create your own website of Bees, or your PowerPoint Presentation in a animated way, or illustrate your blog post about Bees. Do you need more material, you can contact with us, ask for that in facebook, we answer. The only bees that normally see are the workers. Females are sexually undeveloped. These bees forage for food (pollen and nectar from flowers), build and protect the hive, clean, they spread their wings beating the air and perform many other tasks for the community. Hives men have provided honey and beeswax for a long time. This commercial has developed beekeeping industry, though many species still living in the wild. The job of the queen bee is simple: put the eggs that will be the new generation of bees. Normally there is only one queen bee in a hive. If he dies, the workers create a new queen bee feeding one of the worker with a special diet of royal jelly. This elixir makes the worker bee develops and becomes a fertile queen. The queens also put order in the work of the hive developing chemicals that guide the behavior of other bees. Drones are the third caste of hives, and are male. In each hive live hundreds of drones during spring and summer, but are driven in winter, when the hive adopts a more austere lifestyle. Bees live through the winter of honey and pollen stored, held together for warmth. The larvae also feed on stored products winter and, come spring, will live a new cluster in the hive.