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The Home Wall Was Actually Nested By Bees For Several Years…

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The home wall was actually nested by bees for several years, and 50 pounds of honey was taken from the wall.
In Newcastle, England, Megan Sutherlano, a citizen, heard
👆In Newcastle, England, Megan Sutherlano, a citizen, heard the noise from the window in the early morning, arguing that she could not sleep at all.
Magan found that there was a group of people outside the
👆Magan found that there was a group of people outside the house looking around the walls of their homes. There were tens of thousands of bees there, and Magan said that the swarms of bees were hanging out of the windows and they looked very dense. fear.
Magan hurriedly invited a professional cleaning staff.
👆Magan hurriedly invited a professional cleaning staff. After inspection by a professional cleaner, he discovered that Magan’s family was indeed invaded by bees. They also built a number of beehives in the home of Magan.
Cleaners removed Magan's plasterboard from the bedroom
👆Cleaners removed Magan’s plasterboard from the bedroom walls, revealing 3 walls that had been eroded by the honeycomb. These beehives weighed 50 pounds and looked terrible.
Magan also found a thick honeycomb in a bucket. The
👆Magan also found a thick honeycomb in a bucket. The honeycomb was about 4 inches (10 centimeters) thick. She had to pull out the honeycomb one by one.
Cleaners said that according to the scale of the hive, bees
👆Cleaners said that according to the scale of the hive, bees should have lived in the Magan home for several years, and for unknown reasons this time, they will collectively erupt.
The president of the beekeeping association said that with
👆The president of the beekeeping association said that with the development of the city these years, bees’ natural habitats were destroyed and they could not find suitable trees to build their nests.
Some bee colonies will choose to live in the residents'
👆Some bee colonies will choose to live in the residents’ homes. Now, Megan has already removed those beehives and made a few bottles of “home honey.”