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They are angry because their species is* declining.


Save the beesLOL


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That is actually a phobia of mine. I'd be hysterical.
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Originally posted by MizzAmirah MizzAmirah wrote:




They look very similar. So wasps contribute absolutely nothing to society, huh? Exterminate those muthafuccas.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (1) Thanks(1)   Quote zsazsa Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: May 18 2014 at 9:49am
This reminds me of an ex collg many moons ago who told me a friend of his and his wife, plus two kids went on holiday (I think Australia or New Zealand) on their last day before returning to London, they visited this bee sanctuary thing. Some thing went major wrong and bees had escaped. Both parents died. I remember collg telling me that relatives were getting ready to pick up the children aged around 11 and 13. Indian family.
Sad. I still think about this story but it must have been about 5 years ago or longer
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Originally posted by MizzAmirah MizzAmirah wrote:

#team bees.

Someone needs to invent a spray specfically for wasps which bees are immune to
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20 Million Bees Swarm Delaware Highway After Tractor-Trailer Crash

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20 Million Bees Swarm Delaware Highway After Tractor-Trailer CrashExpand

Authorities in Delaware spent most of Tuesday night cleaning up the wreckage from a tractor-trailer crash. The cleanup took longer than usual because of the truck's cargo: 20 million bees, most of which escaped and swarmed the truck.

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The big rig, which was holding about 20 million bees in 460 boxes, overturned on the state Route 896 northbound on-ramp to I-95 northbound in Newark shortly after 6 p.m., according to officials.

It would take nearly 13 hours to clean-up the mess.

Proving it always pays to be prepared, Delaware State Sgt. Paul Shavack said it was the first time the state had used their "honeybee swarm removal plan."

Three bee handlers were called to the scene. They, along with firefighters, worked to disperse the bees, 90 percent of which were lost after the crash.

"They've been traumatized so they're pretty well upset now," Paul Dill, one of the beekeepers, told NBC Philadelphia.

Another witness described the bees as "thirsty... disoriented and angry." Sounds about right.

The truck's driver, Adolfo Guerra, and two passengers suffered minor injuries in the crash. They were also stung 50-100 times each. Guerra was later cited for unsafe shifting of a load in relation to a crash.

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"It would take nearly 13 hours to clean-up the mess.

Proving it always pays to be prepared, Delaware State Sgt. Paul Shavack said it was the first time the state had used their "honeybee swarm removal plan.""


I died
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Katrenia Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: May 21 2014 at 1:22pm
Why are those people in the op just watching??
The onlookers don't seem to be too panicked, I'd have been.
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