Do Bees Urinate?

Answer

Bees do not urinate, but remove a waste product called uric acid. Besides uric acid, the main waste products from bees are empty pollen grains that the larva removes just before spinning a cocoon. Insects that live on land cannot afford to loose a lot of water from their bodies; thus, they do not urinate.
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