Do Bumble Bees Sting?


Bumblebees are insects that are social,big, hairy with a clumsy and lazy buzz and a bumbling filght.Majority of them are yelow and black in colour.The worker and the queen bumblebees can sting .
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As bee stings are acidic you need to put a akaline on it to neutrilise it. Out of day to day items you can put washing powder or toothpaste other the sting. This may sound weird but
pretty much what the guy above said. The Africanised honey bee swarms you and you die from multiple stings (numbering into the hundreds) The Asian Giant Hornet is the most dangerous
I guess, or I better say I hope that you have removed the stinger, that is the first thing that has to be done in these situations. After that, pain and swelling should be gone in
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Bumblebees do sting when extremely aggravated. Unlike honeybees, they are able to sting more than once.
Queen and worker bumblebees can sting. However, they only sting when they are really irritated since they are normally reluctant to use their stings. Bumblebees are large, hairy social insects characterised by a lazy buzz.
Yes, the bumblebee can sting. It is the female (worker) bee that sting and they have an unbarbed sting, so could sting repeatedly, unlike honey bees, but rarely does. They only sting when they have been roughly handled or their nest entrance is being tampered with. Bumblebees have mandibles and can also bite.
Bumble bees can sting and unlike honey bees hey can do it more than once. This is because their stingers are smooth and do not get caught in the skin when they fly away. They are considered to be beneficial as they pollinate crops and plants and crops.
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