Last week, bees swarmed to the scene of a massive spill along Route 41 in Fort Myers, Florida. Neslan Torralvo of Torralvo’s Honey & Pollination Service was transporting honey in his flatbed truck to a processor in Haines City when he hit a bump, causing about 200 gallons of honey to spill across the highway. The value of the liquid gold was around $5,000 and all that was left was about 20 gallons. Click here to read the full story.
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