In what stage of their life do ants become bees?
- Anonymous11 months agoFavorite Answer
Ants evolved from a flying insect closely related to bees. Both are closely related enough to be classified within the order Hymenoptera. Ants do not become bees within their lifetimes. Ants and bees simply share a common ancestor, along with wasps and sawflies.
- Elaine MLv 711 months ago
Not on this planet. Basic science.
- 11 months ago
never. bees and ands are entirely different species. they are closely related, but no bees were ever ants and no and will ever turn into a bee
- Thomas ELv 611 months ago
I would think it's the other way around since the bee populations are sadly dropping.
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- audreyLv 711 months ago
Missed a few classes at school, didn't you?
- BillLv 611 months ago
they are too entirely different insect species
- daniel gLv 711 months ago
A troll, right?
Well, idiot,,they don't,,both very different animals.
- Anonymous11 months ago
First they have to spend a lot of time in therapy to make sure they actually want to be bees. Then they live like bees and take bee vitamins, and when they're ready to take the final step they get a stinger added. Sadly the stinger doesn't work and they won't ever really be bees no matter how much they wish it so. But they'll make us pretend to believe they're bees anyway. The end.
- just meLv 711 months ago
- jimanddottaylorLv 711 months ago
very Very VERY late in life. Watch and you might see them morph into a bee , but you have to watch closely and hold your breath