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'Drunk' rooftop bees survive Notre-Dame fire

The News Articles Friday, 19 April 2019 ()
'Drunk' rooftop bees survive Notre-Dame fireVia Rachael Kennedy, information reporter Loads of 1000’s of bees housed at the roof of the Notre-Dame cathedral have survived Monday’s devastating fireplace. Beekeeper Nicolas Geant mentioned he used to be “so relieved” to find his cherished bugs have been alive, admitting that he hadn’t been positive for his or her possibilities. “I believed that …
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The bees that live on the roof of Notre Dame are alive and buzzing, having survived the devastating fire that ripped through the cathedral on Monday. Beekeeper Nicolas Geant told CNN that he received a call from the Notre Dame spokesman saying there were bees flying in and out of the...

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