A giant colony of bees has created quite a stir in Inverness. Thousands of bees were found living inside the ceiling of a house in Inverness. It is believed that the bees had been living above the plasterboard ceiling in a spare bedroom for many years. It was only when the homeowner's grandchildren mentioned hearing buzzing sounds at night when they went to sleep that the cause of the sound was checked. Upon checking, three colonies, each with up to 60,000 bees, were found in the home. Beekeeper Andrew Card from the Loch Ness Honey Company was called to relocate the bees to temporary hives. The colonies will be tested for parasites for several weeks before being used for honey production next year. Crazy Bee Facts! Why Do Bees Die After Stinging? Do All Bees Die After Stinging? Get Your Bee FAQs Answered Here.

Colony of Bees Found in Inverness Home

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