Bees are ectothermic. Meaning they regulate their body temperature by exchanging heat with their surroundings.

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anonymous green 2 years 7 weeks ago
#1

Elliott,

Thank you for teaching us more about the WOLF you claim to have seen.

You say the wolf was keeping his cool by surrounding his heat with these exchanges?

You are absolutely right, Linda, it was a WOLF, what other kind of insect would act the way you do?

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telliottmbamsc 2 years 6 weeks ago
#2

Google, Yahoo, do what you got to do to get to know your billion dollar bees! They are disappearing and are memorialized here:

Common Eastern Bumble Bee, Bombus impatiens

Two-spotted Bumble Bee, Bombus bimaculatus

Confusing Bumble Bee, Bombus perplexus

Half-Black Bumble Bee, Bombus vagans

Sanderson Bumble Bee, Bombus sandersoni

Bombus frigidus

Tri-colored Bumble Bee, Bombus ternarius

Yellow-banded Bumble Bee, Bombus terricola

Rusty Patch Bumble Bee, Bombus affinis

Brown-belted Bumble Bee, Bombus griseocollis

Southern Plain Bumble Bee, Bombus fraternus

Red-belted Bumble Bee, Bombus rufocinctus

Yellow Bumble Bee, Bombus fervidus

Northern Amber Bumble Bee, Bombus borealis

American Bumble Bee, Bombus pensylvanicus

Black and Gold Bumble Bee, Bombus auricomus

Lemon cuckoo Bumble Bee, Bombus citrinus

Variable cuckoo Bumble Bee, Bombus variabilis

Indiscriminate Bumble Bee, Bombus insularis

Ashton cuckoo Bumble Bee, Bombus ashtoni

Fernald cuckoo Bumble Bee, Bombus fernaldae

THEY FEED YOU!

THEY ARE NOT CORPORATE PROPERTY!

THEIR EXISTENCE IS DEPENDENT ON THE HEALTH OF THE COMMONS THAT OBAMA REFUSES TO CARE FOR!

anonymous green 2 years 6 weeks ago
#3

ELLIOTT REALLY MEANS IT NOW THE WOLF IS KILLING BEES IN A FIRE THAT OBAMA STARTED!!!!!!!

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