How Does a Bee Make a Buzzing Sound?


A bee makes buzzing sounds by the vibration of its wings. The buzzing sound is however sometimes made by the bee's breathing or when it visits a flower and shakes its body in a certain way to get the pollen off of the flower. The way in which a bee buzzes depends on the type of bee it is.
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Bees make a distinct buzzing sound when they fly because their wings move more than 11,000 times per minute. This movement cuts through the air and creates the vibration sound you
bees and mosquitoes make a large buzzing sound by flapping there wings super fast thats how they make a buzzing sound.
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Sound production in bees is caused by the rapid beating of their wings.
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