A rescuer has made a shocking discovery hidden in someone’s home that weighed 140 pounds.
It was under the roof and the internet said the worker was incredibly brave when he got rid of a beehive.
TikToker Jeff Russell (@mr.mrs.beerescue) shared a video of him removing the bee colony.
Jeff called it the “bee rescue from hell” in his TikTok. Video about the distance.
“This took 12 long and agonizing hours,” he captioned the clip.
“There was 140 pounds of honeycomb structure, three stories high and wind gusts of 40 miles per hour,” he added.
Jeff was shocked when he opened the roof and saw the hive and honeycombs for the first time.
“Oh my God. “What do I see here?” he said. “This is huge.”
The bees buzzed around Jeff’s head.
“They’re mad at me, I can’t imagine why,” he explained. “How am I supposed to find the queen in this thing?”
The queen bee plays an important role in the hive. She is the only female that has ovaries and can lay eggs Terminix.
The queen determines which bees become workers, drones or potential future queens, the website says.
Jeff said he was overwhelmed when he first saw the hive.
“I fear this day because there is still so much to do,” he said.
When he dug up the hive, Jeff discovered a deceased mother bird, a chick and an egg. The bees were still crawling around the carcasses.
“I don’t know exactly what happened, but I suspect foul play,” he said. “Really sad, but I think it’s just nature.”
To make matters worse, Jeff said it was a “very windy day.”
“It makes things kind of hectic,” he said.
Nearly 12 hours later, Jeff said the bees and honeycomb had been completely removed.
“There are bees in the box,” he said. “I think the queen might have gone in there.”
“The roof is put back together and I’m tired,” he added. “Super tired.”
In the comments section, people said Jeff was brave.
“I have to say, you are incredibly brave. From all the bees to the gusts of wind, you are a brave man,” one person wrote.
“Bless you for saving the bees, brother. We need more than we know,” said another.
“This is crazy, I was blown away just looking at it. Stay safe,” shared a third.