20,000 bees chase follows car for 2 day after queen bee gets trapped in boot in Wales

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+7 1. Gringo_el_Diablo commented 3 years ago

God save the Queen Bee!!! :squirrel:
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+9 2. hitmequick commented 3 years ago

Instead of seeking the services of FIVE different beekeepers, wouldn't it have been easier to open the boot and let the queen out? :|
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-3 3. Austin commented 3 years ago

FIVE different beekeepers? It would have been much more exciting (and arguably easier and faster) to ring up a single Colin Furze and have him bring either his DIY X-MEN PYRO gear or Thermite Launcher over. ;-)
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+4 4. oleHashow commented 3 years ago

it wasnt trapped
queen found perfect location for new home and driving a car with all doors and windows opened woudlnt make it go out
it had to be found and removed
and if your intend is to kill them then maybe vacuum cleaner might do the job
but clearly owner didtn want to kill them thats why he called experts.
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+3 5. ringmaster commented 3 years ago

#3 bees are some of the most valuable lifeforms on Earth and what you are giving them is a death sentence. Which also will be a death sentence to the entire human race in about four years.
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+1 6. thundersnow commented 3 years ago

#5 So true!
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-1 8. sux2bu commented 3 years ago

#5 Not a death sentence to humans....while the most recognized pollinators are the many types of bees we often may not notice the other essential pollinators like hummingbirds, bats,moths , wasps, beetles, butterflies, mosquitoes and flies that carry pollen from one plant to another as they collect nectar. Yes without them, wildlife would have fewer nutritious berries and seeds, and we would miss many fruits, vegetables, and nuts, like blueberries, squash, and almonds ..... not to mention chocolate and coffee....all of which depend on pollinators.