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Why Bee's Have Stingers

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1: In a forest, there was a tree, and there was a beehive on the tree. In the beehive, lived many bees. There was a cave that was very close to the beehive and that was where the bear lived. The bear was always very greedy and hungry.

3: The bear wanted to get some honey from t he bees. One day, the bear was very hungry and the bear was starting to take honey from the hive, but the bees didn't have anything to protect them with.

5: The only thing that they could do is to fly away from their hvie, which they did. They looked for a different tree for their new hive.

7: They made a different hive at the tree, but they would ratherhave their old hive, because they had more honey in the other hive. They need something to protect them from bears and other animals.

9: They noticed that there was a stinger on them and they wanted to know what it does and what it was for. They started to become curious, and they went back to their old hive.

11: When they came back, they found the bear eating loads of honey from their hive.

13: The bees got very angry at the bear, so one of them was about to sting the bear.

14: The bee stung the bear, and the bear got terrified and scared.

17: The bear ran away as fast as he could, and the bees got their old hive back.

19: They were happy that the bear was gone. Now the bees use their stingers when they think that someone or something was going to harm them or steal their honey.

20: Moral: Don't steal, or there will be consequences.

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