2nd October 2019

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Where does the bee live?

Honeybees live in colonies (groups) called hives, containing one queen bee, thousands of female worker bees, and hundreds of male drone bees. A honeybee hive is like a busy city, ruled by the queen. She lays all the eggs and keeps the hive under control.

Consequently, what is the habitat of a bee?

Habitat of a Honey Bee. Researchers believe that the original habitats of the honey bee are tropical climates and heavily forested areas. Honey bees can thrive in natural or domesticated environments, though they prefer to live in gardens, woodlands, orchards, meadows and other areas where flowering plants are abundant

What is the home of a rabbit called?

Rabbits live in groups, and the best known species, the European rabbit, lives in underground burrows, or rabbit holes. A group of burrows is called a warren.

Where do bees make their homes?

Wild honey bees make hives in rock crevices, hollow trees and other areas that scout bees believe are appropriate for their colony. Similar to the habits of domesticated honey bees, they construct hives by chewing wax until it becomes soft, then bonding large quantities of wax into the cells of a honeycomb.
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