Bumble Bees belong to the genus Bombus in Apidae family. There are more than 250 species of bumble bees, and these are primarily found in high altitude places and regions. Most of the species are present in the North and South America. Bumble bees are also known as social insects as they live in colonies with a single queen.

Bumble bees are black and yellow, fuzzy, hairy insects, about ¾ to one inch long. They are different than carpenter bees, which are about the same size but are black, shiny and hairless. Bumble bees have a barbless stinger and can sting more than once but only sting if aggravated.

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A Guide to Bumble Bees

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