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TOWER OF BEES

THIS 22-foot-high stainless-steel tower is full of 5,000 refug-BEES relocated from their natural hive. A colony of honey bees call this tower home and produce around five gallons of honey during the spring and summer months by flying up to five miles to collect pollen from local wild flowers. Created for a student project this tower, called Hive City was built on formally abandoned land in Buffalo, USA - and is designed so human visitors can watch the bees go about their business in the hive. Designer Courtney Creenan, 26, from SUNY University explained the idea behind the giant home for bees. 'We won a competition to design a habitat for a large bee colony that needed to be relocated,' he said

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