Bumblebee Animal Pictures

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The early bumblebee (Bombus pratorum)

The early bumblebee (Bombus pratorum)
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Bumble Bee on a flower

Bumble Bee on a flower
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Bumble Bee looking for nectar

Bumble Bee looking for nectar
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Bumble Bee going to sit on a flower

Bumble Bee going to sit on a flower
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Bumble Bee on a white background

Bumble Bee on a white background
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A bumblebee enjoying a flower in Wellington Park, Somerset.

A bumblebee enjoying a flower in Wellington Park, Somerset.
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Bumble Bee on a yellow flower

Bumble Bee on a yellow flower
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Bumble Bee on a small pink flower

Bumble Bee on a small pink flower
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Bumble Bee covered in pollen

Bumble Bee covered in pollen
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Bumble Bee working on flowers

Bumble Bee working on flowers
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Millie Bond - Copyright A-Z Animals

Bumblebee vs Honeybee 360x450
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Bumblebee vs Honeybee 1050x450
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Bumblebee vs Honeybee 1200x627
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Bumblebee vs Honeybee 360x450
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Bumblebee vs Honeybee 1050x450
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Close-up of allergic reaction to a bee sting on human skin. Bumblebees will not die if they use their sting, whereas honey bees will.

Do bumble bees sting
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Bumblebees live together in family groups in a nest ruled by a queen who is helped by her daughters (called worker bees). There can be up to 400 bees in a single bumblebee nes

The Common Eastern Bumble bee on a flower. Bumblebees harvest nectar and pollen from flowering plants.

Do bumble bees sting
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Bumblebee bats live on very small insects, that it locates with echolocation.