Okay, you know that all bees can sting and for people who are allergic to them, they are all bad. However, even for those without bee sting allergies, stings can still hurt, some way more than others. So here is a little primer on what some different bees look like and what to watch out for when you're out and about.
From left to right: Honey Bee, Hornet and Yellowjacket. Again, all three sting but the Hornet and Yellowjacket are the most aggressive and their stings pack the most punch. While most of them grow to be about 1/2 inch in length, there are some giant Hornets and Yellowjackets out there that are truly monstrous and deadly, so watch out. All bees are social by nature so that means there are generally quite a few of them around especially if you are near the hive; this yields a greater risk of more stings.