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Try to beat the timer and get a streak. We all love to play. There is an inner child in all of us. We especially love to play trivia quiz games, as they are fun games that also have a lot of value. When playing trivia, you are having fun while you learn, expanding your general knowledge, and actually becoming smarter.

Bees Fun Facts

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Honey bees and wild bumble bees are the only types to form hives; most other wild bees are solitary.
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Honey bees are native to Eurasia but have been imported as a domesticated species worldwide.
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Bees pollinate 80% of all plants, including 75% of the plants in the United States that produce for American grocery stores.
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Perdita minima bees are less than 2 millimeters long.
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Bees feed exclusively on nectar and pollen from plants, making colder climates with few plant species, such as Antarctica, inhospitable to them.
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Bees pollinate flowers and plants, which is critical in helping plants to fertilize and produce fruits and seeds required to feed other animals.
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The female bee's stinger is a modified ovipositor, an organ used to lay eggs.
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There are approximately 20,000 bees worldwide, including 4,000 species native to North America.
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Bees only feed on nectar and pollen, unlike the wasps they evolved from, which are carnivorous.
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Honey bees are more likely to be aggressive and sting when disturbed, as they have hives full of honey and larvae to protect.