What Eats Honey Bees?

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Frogs and toads probably eat the most bees, though birds are also known to eat them as well. Cats and kittens will eat a bee or wasp from time to time, though it is probably accidental when they do it.
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Birds eat honeybees, and so do bears, especially if the are busy gobbling down their honey. Certain types of hornets will also eat honeybees.
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Bears.
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Typically, honey bee swarms occur when a hive becomes overcrowded. The colony forms a new queen, and the old queen flies away, taking part of the colony with her. The swarm lands
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Pollen from plants which have evolved to attract them. To entice bees and other pollinating creatures in, plants produce flowers which are often brightly coloured, scented and provide
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Honey bees have many enemies. If you want to know what eats honey bees, it's quite a few animals. Skunks and sometimes raccoons will eat honey bees. But their number one predator are bears. They will eat the bees, and the honey.
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