It’s a fact that bees have knees–and it’s also a fact that this article will answer the question of whether or not they do. The first thing to know about bees is their anatomy–their body consists of three main parts: head, thorax and abdomen. Bees have two pairs of wings, six legs, and one pair of antennae on their heads. They also have two sets of jaws for chewing up pollen from plants as well as nectar from flowers. In addition to this set-up, all insects need joints in order to move around; they are made up of chitin (a protein) which is the same material found in our hair and fingernails! The joints of bees are located in the thorax–right between their wings. So, do bees have knees? Yes! They’re right here: Image Credit: BBC America on Youtube Image Credit: Animal Planet on Youtube The joints of bees are located in the thorax–right between their wings. So, do bees have knees? Yes! They’re right here: Image Credit: Animal Planet on Youtube The joints of bees are located in the thorax–right between their wings. So, do bees have knees? Yes! They’re right here:Image Credit: BBC America on Youtube          They also have two sets of jaws for chewing up pollen from plants as well as nectar from flowers. In addition to this set-up, all insects need joints in order to move around; they are made up of chitin (a protein) which is the same material found in our hair and fingernails! The joints of bees are located in the thorax–right between their wings. So, do bees have knees? Yes! They’re right here:Image Credit: BBC America on Youtube  They also have two sets of jaws for chewing up pollen from plants as well as nectar from flowers. In addition to this set-up, all insects need joints in order to move around; they are made up of chitin (a protein) which is the same material found in our hair and fingernails!         The first thing to know about bees is their anatomy–their body consists of three main parts: head

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