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Bees invade Australian home

2017年 9月 26日 Tuesday - 00:34

Thousands of bees have invaded a home near the Australian city of Newcastle and have left thick walls of honeycomb in the wall cavities, according to local media. No reporter narration.

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(ROUGH CUT - NO REPORTER NARRATION) Thousands of bees invaded a home near the Australian city of Newcastle and left thick walls of honeycomb in the wall cavities, local media reported, forcing homeowner Megan Sutherland to spend hours cleaning her house. Speaking to local broadcaster Nine Network on Monday (September 25), Sutherland said she noticed the bees on Saturday (September 23) outside the home and then found that the bees had set up their hive in the wall cavities of her house. Sections of the plaster walls had to be cut open to remove the bees and honeycomb. Sutherland said she has collected 30 kilograms of honeycomb and several jars of honey.

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Bees invade Australian home

2017年 9月 26日 Tuesday - 00:34