Bees store honey in combs. These cells remain enclosed with wax until fluid (i.e. honey) is needed to feed the larvae or help the adult bees survive the winter.

However, if the combs are damaged and honey flows through them, the bees may become sticky or even stuck. That doesn’t happen very often, according to bee expert Professor Dave Goulson of the University of Sussex. Most likely, bees are very careful with honey and carefully get rid of its sticky residue.

Source: Ferra

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