What Is the Difference between a Bee and a Bumble Bee?

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The difference between a bumble bee and a bee is that the bumble bees have black and vivid yellow stripes while honey bees have black and orange-yellow stripes. The bumble bees do not lose their sting or/and die when they sting unlike the honey bee and they are also a whole lot less aggressive, have a shiny abdomen unlike the honey bees which are shiny.
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