Our Rubber Bumblebee This realistic, flexible, and colorful rubber bumblebee toy is sold as a set of three for one low price. It is well-made and realistic in its yellow and black stripes and detailed wings. Wonderfully proportioned, 1 inch long, these bees will fit nicely into an insect collection or shoebox diorama for a school project. These bees look alive but, not to worry, they don't buzz or sting! They may also be useful as a party favor, gag, or novelty item. They could be great fun as decorations on cupcakes or birthday cakes. Check out our other bee and insect toys and gifts.
Anywhere on the planet where something flowers, chances are you will find bees. The only continent they are not found on is Antarctica. Just like ants, bees are a specialized form of wasp that evolved over millions of years. The main predator for bees are twenty eight various species of bee eating birds found primarily in Asia and Africa as well as kingbirds, dragonflies and beewolves (also known as bee hunters) which are predatory wasps. Bee numbers have been in sharp decline in recent years due to colony collapse disorder and other issues including climate change.