By frankkathy / Tuesday 26 July 2011 17:07 / United States
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By  alpaquette91  |  9

honey bees don't sting

  Sirin_fml  |  46

Honey bees will use their sting if provoked; they have a sting for this reason. Being manhandled would certainly count as provocation to an insect. We did the research for you on this.

  alpaquette91  |  9

16, one; A honey bee will only sting if roughly handled, an even still very rare. Two; they will also sting if the nest was attacked, that wasn't the case. Third OP; honey Bees don't die after they sting because human skin is not thick enough to dislodge it's stinger. So back to number 8's post, you are right, it probably wasn't a honey bee.

  Randuhh_17  |  4

maybe it was a suicidal bee, who wanted a creative death....which you interfered in. So as a result to your interference, it was pissed, and it stung you. Managing to both get revenge, and die....?

  alpaquette91  |  9

48 no it's the study of insects 52 it is but won't be when I finish, because I'll be working with animals, hopefully in australia or new zealand, but I needed this degree first :/

  scrapmetal58  |  9

This bee was living a real life edition of Final Destination. If only she could have overcome her nature of stinging she may have survived... until death came up with something else.

  MrSassypants  |  31

Well they do commit suicide when they sting, i was turned it into a homicide by me before. It tried to sting me but then I caught it, got a hold of it's stinger, and pulled it out.

  leemurcat  |  5

My boyfriend catches bees so he can put them down my shirt >.> lol I don't see how he does it. But he also can tell which sting and which don't. I don't know that, either, but luckily I haven't been stung yet.