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Why are dead bees in the house?

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2011-10-16 19:22:27
2011-10-16 19:22:27

Look around your house for a bees' nest. Pay particular attention to the roof space.

AnswerA window might have been left open or a few snuck in unnoticed when someone entered. There might be a hole someplace in the attic where bees could enter. After the bees entered they probably couldn't find food and died of starvation.

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Because your nasty and they are attracted to nastiness

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