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Swarm chasers return wayward honeybees to hives

A honeybee swarm cluster gathers on an apple tree near Langley, Wash. Honeybees generally swarm a short distance and then hang out for a short time on tree limbs, stop signs, the sides of houses or perhaps in playgrounds. They can be recovered and installed in new hives if done quickly as was the case with this swarm cluster. (Dean Fosdick via AP)

A honeybee swarm cluster gathers on an apple tree near Langley, Wash. Honeybees generally swarm a short distance and then hang out for a short time on tree limbs, stop signs, the sides of houses or perhaps in playgrounds. They can be recovered and installed in new hives if done quickly as was the case with this swarm cluster. (Dean Fosdick via AP)

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