Bumblebees are important pollinators. Since they lack a barbed stinger, they can sting more than once, but they are unaggressive insects that prefer to spend their time foraging. In contrast to domestic bees, the queen and the males take part in domestic chores like building the nest, feeding larvae, and defending the colony. Bumblebees can travel up to 2 km from the nest in search of nectar and pollen. They are also Formula 1 foragers, visiting up to 70 flowers a minute!