The Largest Honeycomb From the Old Oak Tree!

A large silver oak in our land in Bangalore fell in the recent windy turbulent weather. Along with came this large honeycomb.

The bees abandoned their beautiful architectural work without leaving any honey. In fact two hives in a nearby building were abandoned by bees in the rain and wind.

My estimate is that this comb would have yielded about 20 litres of honey at the right time.

The bees must have started work on their new home somewhere.

The Largest Honeycomb From the Old Oak Tree!

3 thoughts on “The Largest Honeycomb From the Old Oak Tree!

  1. This is so big. What did you do with this empty honey comb? Some craft kind of item , could that be prepared. My mind always rush towards using waste to create something beautiful.

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