Credit: PETER MATULAVICH/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Golden northern bumble bee (Bombus fervidus) sticks its proboscis deep into flowers to obtain nectar in Ohio. Bumble bees serve an important role in the pollination of plants and are found primarily in the northern hemisphere. Unlike honeybees, they are able to sting multiple times.

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Keywords: animal, arthropod, bees, bombus fervidus, eating, feeding, flower, golden northern bumble bee, insect, insecta, insects, mouthpart, pollination, proboscis, zoology

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Golden northern bumble bee

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