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Bees initially make circular cells and use their body heat to turn the wax into a viscous liquid. Then the surface tension at the 3-point junctions pulls the wax into a hexagonal shape.

Bees initially make circular cells and use their body heat to turn the wax into a viscous liquid. Then the surface tension at the 3-point junctions pulls the wax into a hexagonal shape.

Tom Theobald is a Beekeeper from Colorado. Tom is an advocate for the bees and has been involved in the campaign to save the bees in America. NOT JUST ABOUT BEES!!! If this doesn't make you cry, then I don't know what will.... All thee toxins are killing our soil!

Tom Theobald is a Beekeeper from Colorado. Tom is an advocate for the bees and has been involved in the campaign to save the bees in America. NOT JUST ABOUT BEES!!! If this doesn't make you cry, then I don't know what will.... All thee toxins are killing our soil!

Bee Veil Tutorial (Beekeeping) (DO NOT USE TULLE FOR THIS. I speak from experience. Tulle does not hold up well and you will end up with holes in your veil... and having an upset bee (or 2, or 3..) stuck in your veil is worse than wearing no veil at all. Use nylon net instead.)

Bee Veil Tutorial (Beekeeping) (DO NOT USE TULLE FOR THIS. I speak from experience. Tulle does not hold up well and you will end up with holes in your veil... and having an upset bee (or 2, or 3..) stuck in your veil is worse than wearing no veil at all. Use nylon net instead.)