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Another social insect, closely related to wasps and ants, they include the honey bee and bumblebee, all of which make their nests with wax from their own bodies. Honey bee colonies last for just one season: the young mated queens hibernate and begin new colonies in the spring. Social bees all have long tongues and can obtain nectar from deep-throated flowers. The carry pollen on their hind legs, held on by stiff hairs which form the pollen baskets.

Bees play an important role in pollinating flowering plants, and are the major type of pollinator in ecosystems that contain flowering plants. Bees either focus on gathering nectar or on gathering pollen depending on demand, especially in social species. Bees gathering nectar may accomplish pollination, but bees that are deliberately gathering pollen are more efficient pollinators.

Wasp and bee venom can cause an anaphylactic shock which can lead to death if not dealt with promptly.

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