Fun Fact: When honey bees fly, their bodies create static electricity.
This is similar to us, when we walk across a carpet or if we rub a balloon on our bodies - then it will stick to us.
Static electricity is helpful for honey bees. It helps them collect pollen.
When the bee lands on a flower, the light weight powdery pollen quickly attaches itself to the bee's fur.
Then she'll use her legs to scrape the pollen off her fur.
She'll add some nectar from her honey stomach to make it into a paste and that pasted lump is what she attaches to her back legs to fly home with.
See the photo of this bumble bee on a flower. She is covered in yellow pollen.
She's opened up a Snap Dragon flower with her strong body and has crept inside to collect nectar and pollen.
Her fur is quite covered in the pollen. She's already started to put pasted lumps of it on her back legs.