Spiral Shaped Beehives Mystify Scientists

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“Scientists baffled by the mysterious spiral-shaped fortresses of curious species of “stingless” bees in Australia.”“The spiral hives have only one entrance protected by a mix of beeswax and propolis to kill any outside germs and guardian bees to kill any intruders. Any invaders that do make it through are “mummified” in mud and soil, Heard tells National Geographic.”

Not only do Australia’ Sugar Bag Bees, not sting, they are brilliant architects, building amazing spiral-shaped hives.​

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