Where Do Bees Go during the Winter?

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During winter, different species of bees normally adapt differently. Honey bees usually adapt by forming a winter cluster at the lower end of the hive and shiver in order to maintain the temperatures inside the hive. This is meant to keep the queen bee warm during this period.
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