Bee-eaters usually eat a variety of insects, which are mainly bees and wasps, but also include dragonflies, beetles, butterflies and moths as well. They catch flying insects by their wings and carry them back to a perch, beat the insects against the perch before swallowing them whole. Bee-eaters also run Bees and wasps against some hard surface to remove the stingers and venom glands.
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