Bee Hives

The Truth About How Beehives Are Made

Beehives are ingeniously constructed by bees using beeswax, which they secrete from special glands in their abdomen. Worker bees skillfully mold this wax into hexagonal cells, creating a highly efficient, space-saving structure known as honeycomb. These combs are then used to store honey, pollen, and to house their larvae, forming the intricate and bustling environment

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