Tired Bumblebees Who Fell Asleep Inside Flowers With Pollen On Their Butts

Sometimes bumblebees get tired from flying and fall asleep in flowers with pollen all over their little furry bee butts. Like these lovely creatures below…

Tired bumblebee who fell asleep in a flower.

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Tired bumblebee who fell asleep in a flower.

Tired bumblebee who fell asleep in a flower.

Tired bumblebee who fell asleep in a flower.

Tired bumblebee who fell asleep in a flower.

Tired bumblebee who fell asleep in a flower.

Tired bumblebee who fell asleep in a flower.

Tired bumblebee who fell asleep in a flower.

Tired bumblebee who fell asleep in a flower.

Tired bumblebee who fell asleep in a flower.

Tired bumblebee who fell asleep in a flower.

Tired bumblebee who fell asleep in a flower.

Tired bumblebee who fell asleep in a flower.

Tired bumblebee who fell asleep in a flower.

Tired bumblebee who fell asleep in a flower.

Tired bumblebee who fell asleep in a flower.

Tired bumblebee who fell asleep in a flower.

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  1. Anonymous November 27, 2019

    Bumblebees are all male and cannot sting you because they have no stinger so never kill or swat at them . Only the smaller females bees sting

  2. Anonymous November 27, 2019

    Naps, after my own heart!

  3. Anonymous November 27, 2019

    So cute

  4. Needasafespace November 27, 2019

    Those are carnivorous flowers. They attract the bees, then eat them. These pictures are horrific.

  5. Anonymous November 27, 2019

    These are NOT carnivorous plants!

  6. Anonymous November 27, 2019

    Needasafespace #idiot

  7. Anonymous November 27, 2019

    Most awesome pictures I’ve had seen. So cute and well taken pictures.
    Wondering how long the photographer awaiting such moments to capture such great pictures.
    Hardwaork paid off.

  8. DoAna Tan November 27, 2019

    Most awesome pictures I’ve had seen. So cute and well taken pictures.
    Wondering how long the photographer awaiting such moments to capture such great pictures.
    Hardwaork paid off.

  9. Anonymous November 28, 2019

    Too funny & whether asleep temporarily or permanently they look peaceful & as much as I dislike the word cute.

  10. Anonymous November 28, 2019

    Someone should take photos of photographers falling asleep waiting for honey bees.

  11. Anonymous November 28, 2019

    Worker bumblebees are all female and can sting multiple times because their stingers lack barbs

  12. Anonymous November 28, 2019

    Carnivorous flowers? 😂😂 I probably ought to rethink my spring garden full of crocuses, lillies, snapdragons, tulips and geraniums then because clearly I have a whole little shop if horrors thing going on #beedeathtrap

  13. Anonymous November 28, 2019

    They’re not carnivorous flowers. One is a dandelion, ffs.

    But I guess you’re either trolling or Trying to do a joke.

  14. Biology Professor November 28, 2019

    To the person who said bumblebees don’t sting…. Not true. It is also false that foraging bumblebees are all male.

    The bumblebees you see foraging on flowers are mostly female workers. The queen also forages, but only early in the season when she is gathering resources to form a new colony.

    There are also male workers, but they are less abundant.

    Only females can sting. The stinger is different from that of a honeybee in that it has no barbs. This means the bumblebee can sting repeatedly, unlike a honeybee, which can only sting once and then dies.

    That said, bumblebees tend to be quite docile and rarely sting.

    Finally, you should never “swat” any bee because that makes it much more likely that you will get stung. Bees don’t sting for no reason at all. They sting to defend themselves or their colony.

  15. Römäncë November 29, 2019

    I don’t know about that, I forced myself to stand perfectly still and shut my eyes, I still got stung on my thigh 😂

  16. Stranger November 29, 2019

    Ftr I think the “carniverous flowers” post is hilarious. Get a sense of humor, people. And – the pictures are fantastic!

  17. Andress November 30, 2019

    Aw, cute little fuzzy bee butts! 😍

  18. Anonymous December 1, 2019

    I’m surprised if they ARE sleeping, they work tirelessly from dust till dawn in my yard!!

  19. Matthew December 4, 2019

    Hilarious. And beautiful photos!

  20. BlueBell December 7, 2019

    Awwwwwwwwwwwwwww I wanna snuggle!

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