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    beehive vs honeycomb

    Is "beehive" same as "honeycomb" or different?

    14)...When the bird gets close to the beehive, it uses a slightly different call to let people know the honey is close. After the humans take the money, the bird can eat the rest of the honeycomb...

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    Re: beehive vs honeycomb

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    A beehive is a structure in which bees are kept.
    Within the beehive, bees make a many-celled structure of wax called a honeycomb, in which they store their honey.


    beehive - definition
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