A Chinese couple apparently thought it was okay to keep thousands of bees on the balcony of their high-rise apartment in Zhejiang province, China.
For over a year, the couple in the coastal city of Ningbo allegedly ignored their neighbors’ complaints about their collection of beehives that housed thousands of bees.
Japanese scientists have been working on flower pollinating drones that aim to make up for the decreasing number of bees.
The research team from the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) in Japan have recently conducted successful tests using the bee-like devices.
A news anchor in Shandong Province, eastern China, took the center spotlight after a video of him freaking out when a bee flew on his suit and crawled up to his face hit Chinese social media.
An 11-year-old boy from Phoenix, Arizona miraculously survived being stung by 400 bees after pretending to be Vegeta from his favorite anime, Dragon Ball Z, putting his power level over 9,000!
Andrew Kunz and his friend were shooting BB guns at an abandoned car, but they didn’t know of the swarm of deadly Africanized honeybees living inside the vehicle.
A new video shows how a man in China who previously set the record for being covered in bees the longest time set a new record for having the heaviest mantle of bees.
Ruan Liangming, of Fengxin County, broke the Guinness World record for “heaviest mantle of bees” on Italian TV show “Lo Show Dei Record.”