Do bees make wax as they make honey?



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    Bees make wax for the construction of their honeycombs, which are used to store honey that they will eat during the winter months. The wax is made when worker bees eat a lot of honey, and special glands convert the sugar to wax. It is then excreted through small pores in their body.

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