Most living creatures build nests or structures to protect themselves and offer a sense of security; bees are no different. The sight of a beehive can trigger fear, especially when they exist in highly populated areas. This is because bees are more likely to be stung by bees if you’re close by, and nobody wants to deal with the puffiness that comes with bee stings. Like every living thing, bees choose locations for their hives that provide the perfect environment for growth and expansion. Day-to-day activities and commercial activity often suffer as a result of bee invasions. We’ve collected 45 strange places where beehives have been found. To make this fun, we’ve also included a few bee puns. If you’re interested in bees and nature, read on; however, the following images may cause feelings of anxiety or disgust in people with apiphobia or trypophobia (fear of holes), so proceed with caution.
It’s nerve-wracking to think about how bees successfully build multiple hives inside hanging metal tubes, like wind chimes. This happened to a family who reported the movement of bees carrying little pine needles into the bottom of their wind chime.
A few weeks later, they realized their suspicion was correct after seeing multiple metal tubes with pine needles protruding out. After taking a closer look, beekeepers saw that each tube contained hives on the outside and at the sides of the walls. The only thing residents should worry about is how awful the wind chimes will sound.