Can Bees Smell?

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Yes, bees can indeed smell. Bees use their sense of smell to locate their food which is nectar. The antennae on the bees are very sensitive to scents.
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like honey.
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Bees "smell" many things. Guard bees sit or hover near the hive entrance and "smell" other bees
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bees hate smell of neem leaves and burnt smoke of any alcohol.
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Like their relatives the honey bees, bumblebees feed on nectar and gather pollen, so likelythey will smellof this.
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