Where Do Bees Live?


Bees of all types live in nests of sorts that can either be of their own making or man made. Bees play a very important role in the environment and in farming and without them; it would cost UK farmers 1.8 billon pounds annually to pollinate their crops.
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Honeybees Bees live in a nest, called a hive. A single hive can have up to 80,000 bees, mostly workers. It is usually located in a hollow tree.
Honeybees live in hives or colonies and there can be in trees, underground, in houses, or buildings almost anywhere they is dry. Other bees are solitary bees. They basically behave the same only they live alone. You can find more information here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bee#Solitary_and_communal_bees
Bees live in their hives. During the winter if the weather is below fifty degrees they will stop flying. They will huddle in the hive to keep the queen bee warm as well as themselves.
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