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Bees Kept on Notre Dame’s Roof Have SURVIVED The Fire!

Melanie Wong | Apr 19, 201912:10 AM     9

This is wonderful news.

"200.000 bees that were living on the roof of Notre Dame have survived the fire blaze! These three hives were put on the cathedral’s rooftop in 2013 for a biodiversity project by Nicolas Géant. He said that the bees were going in and out of their homes this morning. Each hive produces approximately 25 kg of honey each year which is sold to the Notre Dame staff."

Bees Kept On Notre Dames Roof Have Survived The Fire!

200.000 bees that were living on the roof of Notre Dame have survived the fire blaze! These three hives were put on the cathedral's rooftop in 2013...

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