What Animals Eat Bees?

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Bees are rarely predated because many predators avoid them because of their sting, in which the stinger is normally attached to a venom gland in the abdomen. However, Varrroa Mite, a tiny arachnid, is noted to be the worst predator of bees.
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Animals that eat bees include cats, frogs, dragonflies, birds, skunks, spiders and dogs. These animals are among the few that dare eat bees which have stingers that help them fight off animals that want to eat them.
Certain species of birds eat bees. There are several types of flowers that will also eat bees. A Venus Fly Trap will occasionally catch and eat a bee.
Wasps will occasionally kill and eat bees. Other animals that eat bees are bee eater birds, and yellow spotted lizards. Frogs and toads do not generally eat bees, but they catch an occasional bee in their food. You can find more information here: http://www.funtrivia.com/askft/Question100915.html
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The bee really isn't prey for any animals although there are many animals that will try it. My dog, for one, tries to eat bees. Skunks have been known to eat bees and sometimes bears
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bird eating insects.
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Yellow spotted lizards are among the animals that will eat bees, wasps and hornets.
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Skunks, frogs, spiders, cats, dogs, dragonflies and birds are just some of the animals on a long list of creatures that will dare to eat a bee or a wasp.
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