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Many scientists believe that bees inherited their venom from their wasp-like ancestors, used their ovipositors to lay their eggs in the bodies of other insects.
Eventually, the substances that coated the ovipositor became venomous, which made it easier for prehistoric wasps to subdue prey.
Beginning with the part closest to the bee's body, they are the coxa, trochanter, femur, tibia and tarsus.
The blood vessels' dilation response is extreme, and they can no longer do their part in regulating blood pressure.
As a result, blood pressure drops rapidly, and cells stop receiving oxygen.
In addition to its venom, a bee produces a number of useful substances in glands located throughout its body.
The types of glands vary considerably depending on the species of bee and how it lives.