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AustraliaMassive beehive found in ceiling of Brisbane home

06:35  22 august  2019
06:35  22 august  2019 Source:   9news.com.au

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Brisbane Backyard Bees posted video of the removal on Facebook. Beekeeper Paul Wood removed 110 pounds of honeycomb — including 60,000 bees — from the ceiling "If they can't find a natural hollow tree as a new home , they quite often go into the cavity walls of houses or ceilings of houses."

To use this video in a commercial player or broadcast, contact [email protected] Credit: Paul Wood via Storyful Original video

Massive beehive found in ceiling of Brisbane home © Brisbane Backyard Bees Honeycomb, dripping with the liquid gold. A Brisbane family could hardly believe it when a few bee sightings that had them buzzed turned out to be a massive honey-laden hive in the ceiling.

Brisbane Backyard Bees was called to the Bracken Ridge home after the family noticed a more than normal number of the insects flying around.

They found a huge hive of honeycomb, honey and thousands of bees.

Massive beehive found in ceiling of Brisbane home © Brisbane Backyard Bees The massive hive was found concealed in a ceiling cavity. Video posted to Facebook by the beekeepers shows the honeycomb inside a ceiling cavity.

"It's raining honey… gets pretty messy harvesting natural comb from underneath this hive in a Bracken Ridge ceiling," the video is captioned.

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Australian beekeeper Paul Wood found a treasure trove of honeycombs inside a massive beehive hidden in a woman's home in suburban Brisbane , Australia. His video of the removal of the massive hive and its succulent honeycombs from the structure's ceiling went viral on social media.

Lisa Ohrmundt's wasn't prepared for the 6-foot-long honeycomb Georgia Bee Removal employee Bobby Chaisson pulled from her living room ceiling on Tuesday.

Massive beehive found in ceiling of Brisbane home © Brisbane Backyard Bees Thousands of bees surround the hive. A low-powered vacuum was used to gently suck the bees into a box so they could be safely relocated and the hive removed.

The hive is believed to be about 10 months old.

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