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Why do bees make honey?

Honey is usually made from nectar, the sweet liquid produced by flowers to entice bees and spread their pollen, but why do they even do it?

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    Why do bees make honey?

    Why do bees make honey?

    Honey bees make honey to store up as food to last them through the winter months. During the coldest time of year, there are fewer flowers from which …

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