Bee Behavior & Communication

Why Bees Can Become Aggressive – and How to Prevent It

Bees, commonly perceived as aggressive, actually exhibit aggression only when provoked or defending their hive. Their primary focus is not on attacking but rather on foraging for nectar and pollen. The level of aggression varies among species; for instance, honeybees generally show mild aggression, defending their hive only when necessary. Africanized honeybees (often dubbed “killer

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