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Bee mausoleum

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Or so I am assured.

taniwha says:

As in burnt out and covered over?

19th Aug 2013, 16:47

Euphro says:

No, I think as in, on a comparable scale relative to its occupant (a bee run over by a bicycle) as the tomb of King Mausolus in Halicarnassus :D

Those are large pieces of breezeblock.

19th Aug 2013, 16:57

lilitiger says:

Very fitting.

25th Aug 2013, 21:51

billion says:

bizarre!

7th Oct 2013, 14:50

Chav Bling Bling says:

I don't think any insects should be killed, and anyone who kills them is a psychopath. Of course, this was a bicycle accident and not deliberate, so I'm not really blaming anyone for murder, though the fact remains that the person wasn't paying attention, though maybe it's difficult while riding a bike. It's very tragic that the bee died, however, and something certainly must be done to prevent future accidents.

I hope that this mausoleum was created with serious and solemn intentions. It would restore some of my faith in humanity, in that case, because it actually shows that some decent humans exist who CARE about insects. I'm sure she was a lovely bee and hopefully she had a good life. I'm glad they made a mausoleum for her and I, too, offer my condolences. This was a terrible, gruesome accident.

3rd Apr 2015, 03:57

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