Answer: Bumble Bee
This bumble bee belongs to the genus Bombus. Bumble bees can be easy to recognize thanks to their characteristic yellow-and-black coloration and their large bodies. Like other bees, bumble bees have hairy abdomens and thoraxes which help them pollinate. When they gather nectar from flowers, the hair acts like velcro and collects pollen. As the bumble bee flies from flower to flower, the pollen is rubbed off and the plants are pollinated. They also gather pollen in pollenbaskets located on their back legs.