Can Bees Fly in the Rain?


Bees can fly in moderate rain if they are flying back to their hive. However, they can not fly out of the nest even in light rains. Bees normally fly out of their hives to collect nectar and stay in their hive to reserve energy for the next trip.
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they cant because the wings will brake. watch the bee movie and you will understand. its a great,funny movie and you learn alot from it. :-)
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