Honeybees Take Jefferson Hotel by Swarm 

The swankiest suite at the Jefferson Hotel isn't available to commoners. It's already occupied by a queen and her retinue — some 50,000 strong. A hive of honeybees has taken up residence on the roof of Richmond's storied hotel at the…

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