Human Age to Bee Years Calculator
This free online tool converts your age into Bee years based on your DOB. Just enter your date of birth and find out how old you would be if you were a Bee.
Some information about Honey bees
Honey bees are a genus of insects in the bee family (Apidae), belonging to the order Hymenoptera. Honey bees are characterized by their production and storage of honey and the construction of nests from beeswax. There are seven recognized species of honeybees, with 44 subspecies. Historically, there are six to eleven recognized species. Honey bees represent a fraction of the 20,000 known species of bees.
The name 'honey' bees is somewhat confusing because there are many other bees that produce honey, such as the well-known bumblebees of the genus Bombus. There are also other bee species that produce honey, but only bees belonging to the genus Apis are considered 'true' honey bees.
Most honey bees belong to this subgenus. The subgenus includes three eastern species, and one European.
Apis mellifera (Honey bee, or European honey bee)
The honeybee (Apis mellifera), European black bee, house bee or western honeybee (not to be confused with the Asian or Eastern honeybee) is a hymenoptera, social living insect of the bee and bumblebee family.
Apis koschevnikovi is a hymenoptera of the bee and bumblebee family (Apidae) that mainly lives in the island states of Indonesia and Malaysia. The scientific name of the species was first validly published in 1906 by Enderlein.
Apis cerana (Asiatic honey bee)
The Asiatic honey bee (Apis cerana) is a small bee in the honey bee genus (Apis). The Asiatic honey bee is found in south and southeast Asia and is closely related to Apis koschevnikovi.
Apis cerana japonica (Japanese honey bee)
The Japanese honey bee (Apis cerana japonica) is a subspecies of the Asian honey bee, mainly found in Japan. Study of the mitochondrial DNA of the Japanese honey bee has shown that the subspecies is native to the Korean Peninsula. They are increasingly moving into urban areas due to a lack of natural enemies.
Apis nigrocincta is a hymenoptera in the bee and bumblebee family (Apidae). The scientific name of the species was first validly published in 1861 by Smith. The honey bee is mainly found on the Philippine island of Mindanao and on the Indonesian Sangihe Islands and on Celebes.
This subgenus has two species of relatively small honey bees, which occur in South and Southeast Asia. They usually make small, unsheltered nests. Their stingers are usually unable to pierce human skin, so one can approach them without too much protective gear. Species within this subgenus are:
Apis florea (Dwarf honeybee)
The dwarf honeybee (Apis florea) is a species of bee in the honeybee genus (Apis). It is one of two species in the subgenus Micrapis. The dwarf honeybee is mainly found in south and southeastern Asia, and is distributed over a wider area than its sister species Apis andreniformis.
Apis andreniformis is a hymenoptera in the bee and bumblebee family (Apidae). The scientific name of the species was first validly published in 1858 by Smith.
This subgenus has only 1 recognized species, the giant honeybee (Apis dorsata), with a number of subspecies. These bees make nests in trees, on rock walls and sometimes on buildings. They can be very aggressive, and are capable of killing people with their stings.
Africanized honey bee
The Africanized honey bee, called killer bee in the United States, is a hybrid of the African honey bee (Apis mellifera scutellata) with several European species such as the Italian and Spanish bee. The Africanized honeybee has a negative reputation for its greater aggression, which has been a rewarding subject for filmmakers.
Human Years to Bee Age Chart:
Human to Bee years calculator: How old am I in Bee years? A human's 1 year is equal to about 0.0023 years of a Bee's lifespan. We've created an easy-to-understand chart that shows your age by converting it to a Bee's age.
|Human Age||Bee Years|
|1 Year||0 Year, 0 Month, 1 Day.|
|2 Years||0 Year, 0 Month, 2 Days.|
|3 Years||0 Year, 0 Month, 3 Days.|
|4 Years||0 Year, 0 Month, 3 Days.|
|5 Years||0 Year, 0 Month, 4 Days.|
|6 Years||0 Year, 0 Month, 5 Days.|
|7 Years||0 Year, 0 Month, 6 Days.|
|8 Years||0 Year, 0 Month, 6 Days.|
|9 Years||0 Year, 0 Month, 7 Days.|
|10 Years||0 Year, 0 Month, 8 Days.|
|20 Years||0 Year, 0 Month, 16 Days.|
|30 Years||0 Year, 0 Month, 24 Days.|
|40 Years||0 Year, 1 Month, 2 Days.|
|50 Years||0 Year, 1 Month, 11 Days.|
|60 Years||0 Year, 1 Month, 19 Days.|
|70 Years||0 Year, 1 Month, 27 Days.|
|80 Years||0 Year, 2 Months, 5 Days.|
|90 Years||0 Year, 2 Months, 13 Days.|
|100 Years||0 Year, 2 Months, 21 Days.|
Some interesting facts about Bees: