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How do honeybees make honey?



Asked by Romer, Last updated: Sep 27, 2021

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c.Emilyas

c.Emilyas

c.Emilyas
C.Emilyas

Answered Aug 25, 2017

Honeybees are a popular animal, and beekeepers know bees produce a product that can be sold to the average customer. However, honeybees need nectar to make the honey. Nectar is a sweet part that comes from the glands of the nectar plant. They need the nectar for their energy.

Once the nectar is gathered, the honeybees can begin their making of the honey. The nectar is kept in honey combs. Most people will take the whole honey comb from these harmless animals so that they have the honey to sell to others. Although some African honey bees may sting. One way the bees use the nectar is to regurgitate or throw it back up and through evaporation.

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John Smith

John Smith

John Smith
John Smith

Answered Aug 11, 2017

They use nectar.
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