A swarm of bees followed a car for 2 days to rescue their queen trapped inside

 
Most recent

A woman leaves her car in the restaurant parking lot, then finds an unexpected note

Luffy News
294 points

Know why you should put vinegar in your washing machine

Luffy News
14 points

Meet Cletus: A Funny Face With A Ferociously Sweet Heart

World's pet
446 points

What the way you sit reveals about your personality

Crazy stuff
440 points

The world's first smart condom is here to change your sex life forever

Crazy stuff
368 points

10 Things you never knew about the Oscars

Luffy News
396 points

6 American foods created by immigrants

About everything
472 points

There is a sanctuary in Hawaii where you can cuddle hundreds of fluffy cats

Animals
332 points

More intelligent people are more likely to binge drink and get drunk

Crazy stuff
302 points

7 hidden dangers of marijuana that young people today don t know

About everything
380 points
SHARE
TWEET
When Carol Howarth parked her Mitsubishi in the town of Haverfordwest, Wales, to do some shopping, little did she know the mayhem that would ensue.

A swarm of bees followed a car for 2 days to rescue their queen trapped inside



While she attended to her errands, a swarm of 20,000 bees was drawn to her car. A local man, Tom Moses, saw the buzzing hubbub and concerned that the bees might be poorly handled, called in a team of beekeepers.

While she attended to her errands, a swarm of 20,000 bees was drawn to her car. A local man, Tom Moses, saw the buzzing hubbub and concerned that the bees might be poorly handled, called in a team of beekeepers.

"It was spectacular. I was driving through when I spotted the big brown splodge," he said. "A lot of people were really amazed by it, cars were slowing down and people were taking pictures of it."

"I was a little bit concerned, with it being in the middle of town outside a pub, that someone might do something stupid and get hurt or do something stupid and hurt the bees," he said.

With the beekeepers on the job, by the time Howarth returned the situation appeared to be resolved.

But, no. The swarm kept her in their sights and managed to track her down.

"The next day I realized that some of the bees had followed me home," she said. So she summoned the beekeepers, who arrived ready for rescue. Said the website www.sunnyskyz.com

"We think the queen bee had been attracted to something in the car, perhaps something sweet, and had got into a gap on the boot's wiper blade or perhaps the hinge," says Roger Burns of Pembrokeshire Beekeepers. "The swarm of around 20,000 had followed her and were sat around on the boot of the car."

In the end, the adventurous queen and her subjects were reunited without harm.

Burns says that it was the strangest bee-thing he'd seen in three decades of beekeeping. "It is natural for them to follow the queen but it is a strange thing to see and quite surprising to have a car followed for two days. It was quite amusing."

Wow. Incredible new, do you like?




Fuente: www.sunnyskyz.com
SHARE
TWEET
To comment you must log in with your account or sign up!

Comentarios más recientes
gsx05739   Logan . if you think Bryan `s story is shocking... I just received a brand new opel sincee geting a check for $6723 this-past/month and-also, $10k this past-month . this is certainly the easiest-work Ive ever had . I began this six months/ago and right away began to bring home over $80.. per hour . website link +_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+ http://www.factoryofincome.com
 
Featured content