How Are Bees Born?

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Bees are born like other insects through eggs. The queen bee lays eggs in the comb. Between one to three days later, they turn into larva, then pulpa, and then finally a bee. The baby bee will then eat its first meal of honey. It will then clean its cell and then finally begin helping out in the hive. During the bees lifetime, it will take care of the other bees, assist in taking care of the queen bee, and then when it gets old enough will leave the hive to help in gathering.
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