We’re all familiar with the sound of masses of buzzing bees on a warm summer’s day. But did you know that these bees can be many different species?
There are several hundred different types of bee resident in the British Isles. We talk about two different groups: social bees and solitary bees.
Other insects like hoverflies, hornet moths and clearwing moths, mimic the colours of bees so they don’t get eaten.
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