Do bumble bees pollinate more flowers than honey bees?



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    Honey bees most likely pollinate more flowers than Bumblebees. Bumblebee colonies are much less extensive than honey bee colonies, and they visit a much more limited variety of plants. The pollination of honey bees is more closely monitored than that of the Bumblebee because of the honey market that they generate. However, in recent years, most likely due to climate change, beekeepers have tracked a decline in honey bee colonies.

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