How do honey bees make honey?


Honey bees make honey by sucking up the nectar into their long tongues and coming back to the beehive to store the nectar. The worker bees then put the nectar into honeycombs where it then becomes thick. You can find more information here:
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How Do Bees Make Honey?
Older worker bees, called field bees, leave the hive of a honeybee colony and gather nectar from flowers. Nectar is a liquid produced by flowers that is approximately 80% water and contains complex sugars. The field bee sucks the nectar from the flower... More »
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