Florida Nature Facts #39 – Honey Bees
by Rich Leighton | Oct 1, 2018 | bees, Florida Nature Facts, Florida Nature Photography, Insects, Invertebrates, Natural History, Nature & WildlifeBees have two stomachs: one regular stomach and one stomach for storing nectar. When full, the bee doubles its weight. MORE PHOTOS OF INVERTEBRATES MORE FLORIDA NATURE FACTS Florida Nature Facts is a series about interesting facts about the flora, fauna and places...
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