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Siblings save honey bees
Siblings save honey bees

They’ve been found in tire racks, in the walls of homes and even in the gas tank of a 1957 Buick.Honey bees will make their hives anywhere there’s no people, that’s dark and has at least 10 gallons of space.For the past decade Angela Acevedo and her brother, Henry Jones, have been retrieving bee hives anywhere people don’t want them. They’ve extricated bees and their hives around toilets, in trees, from the walls and floors of homes and office buildings; and from a 55-foot tall sign at a gas station.“They’re bad at getting into campers,”Acevedo said. “They like cars and ...

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