Bee Colony Thriving in University's Walls The University of Houston has discovered 100,000 bees in the walls of a campus building. Director of custodial services Alex Alexander discusses his efforts to move the bees to a more remote, woodsy part of campus.
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Bee Colony Thriving in University's Walls

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Bee Colony Thriving in University's Walls

Bee Colony Thriving in University's Walls

Bee Colony Thriving in University's Walls

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The University of Houston has discovered 100,000 bees in the walls of a campus building. Honey was actually oozing through the walls. Director of custodial services Alex Alexander talks to Alex Chadwick about his efforts to move the bees to a more remote, woodsy part of campus.

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