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Wanted to do a little thread about Erika Thompson, a Texan beekeeper who's been saving bees, even barehanded, taking them to a sanctuary.

Things have been really difficult even in the new year, so this is the kind of news I really needed to see.



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It really stings that this kind of news dont make that much buzz. I firmly beelieve we have to bee the change we want to see in the world and people like her are sweeter than honey. It wasp about time someone posted something positive in this forum.

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Jpcc86 said:

It really stings that this kind of news dont make that much buzz. I firmly beelieve we have to bee the change we want to see in the world and people like her are sweeter than honey. It wasp about time someone posted something positive in this forum.

I give this post a Bee+



Same energy



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Seen her a lot on tiktok. She's amazing



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But would the bees save her



Jpcc86 said:

It really stings that this kind of news dont make that much buzz. I firmly beelieve we have to bee the change we want to see in the world and people like her are sweeter than honey. It wasp about time someone posted something positive in this forum.

coolbeans said:
Jpcc86 said:

It really stings that this kind of news dont make that much buzz. I firmly beelieve we have to bee the change we want to see in the world and people like her are sweeter than honey. It wasp about time someone posted something positive in this forum.

I give this post a Bee+

I appreciate the bee puns ^^, and Erika Thompson's efforts.



Bear handed



She's just scooping the bees with her hands, how does that even work?



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Darwinianevolution said:

She's just scooping the bees with her hands, how does that even work?

She's extra careful, and some of the bees shown act very tame around her.