Physical Los Angeles

Honey, we've got bees

A San Marino home has about a million bees buzzing around it — in the walls and in the house — and honey is oozing out of the walls in spots. "The dining room smelled like honey. It felt like you were in a jar of honey," said the beekeeper called in to save the place. He estimates the bees have been building the colony inside the walls for 25 years, and for now the homeowners aren't willing to tear down the walls and be rid of the main hive. SGV Tribune

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