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  • Subject: [iris-photos] bees
  • From: "harold" h.clem@verizon.net
  • Date: Thu, 27 Nov 2003 01:06:31 -0000

Laurie     there several types of bees   the black and yellow bees 
are Italian  they are the normal honey bees you would see
the black and white bees are called Midnight bees they are also honey 
bees
a bee will only attack if you enoy them as they have a built in 
mechisim that they know they will die if they sting a person the tail 
end of their back end will pull off and there sting mechisim will 
stay in your flesh and you can watch the sack pump the poison in you
to release it SCRAPE IT with a credit card or your finger nail then 
use A-1 steaki sauce on the wound
also bees have a fuzzy body
the other yellow and black insect that people call bees are yellow 
jackets they live in the ground and will keep stinging over and over 
again with out provication
i have raised bees                       clem


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