According to the laws of aerodynamics, the bumble bee has too small a wingspan for the big body that it has, and can’t fly. But the bumble bee doesn’t know the laws of aerodynamics and it flies.
Probably, this phenomenon can be attributed to their attitude, which is why they fly while defying scientific laws.
“Bumblebees seem to have a “positive emotionlike state,” according to a study published this week in Science. In other words, they may experience something akin to happiness. To some, the idea is still controversial, however. Unlike humans, you can’t simply ask a bee to interrogate its own emotions and describe them.” ( Scientific American )
The distinctive Bumblebees are fuzzy, with pile-covered bodies and bold colors, and this helps them ward off predators. They typically live a year and don’t make any honey to survive through the winter. at most. They are important pollinators besides being a symbol of wealth and good luck, since ancient times.