How Long Do Honey Bees Live?


A honey bee can live up to 40 days during the summer. While a queen bee can live up to five years producing young nonstop. During the winter times, bees usually do not die because of the less work they do during the winter.
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The queen can live from 2-5 years. The drone lives 40-50 days. Thank you for using ChaCha!
Honey bees were brought to the Americas by European settlers.
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