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The bees and flowers have a complicated and beneficial symbiotic relationship. In a symbiotic relationship between bees and flower...

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The bees and flowers have a complicated and beneficial symbiotic relationship. In a symbiotic relationship between bees and flowers, both parties benefit from that relationship. And not only bees and flowers, everyone benefits from their relationship. The bees need flowers for food and flowers depend on bees as pollinators.

They help each other to survive and reproduce. There are some solitary bee species, such as carpenter bee, but most bees live in large colonies. These colonies consist of a queen bee, female workers, and male drones. The queen has only one duty, and that is to lay eggs.

She lays thousands of eggs, which means there are a lot of offspring to feed. For them, the relationship between bees and flowers is of particular importance. The only food they eat is pollen, which is along with honey the only source of food for bees. Flowers attract bees with bright colors and nice smells. Flowers attract bees with bright colors and nice smells.

Attracted bees land on flowers and collect pollen. The pollen is picked up when the hair on bees’ bodies rubs the male antlers of the flowers and is gathered into pollen sacks on bees’ legs.