As much as I want a pet shark, I’m not going to provide it with a place to live the way Adam Weaver’s Bikube (BEE-CUBE) does for bees.
The Bikube is a manmade beehive designed to tackle the Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD) that is wiping bees out worldwide.
The homemade hive attaches to the outside of the house and acts as a bee hotel (free of charge… okay, maybe honey). Adam Weaver’s slope design eliminates the problem of water and debris from staying on the Bikube.
The Bikube has a viewing window so people can admire the backbreaking jobs that bees involve themselves in. Also, in case a change of scenery is in order, the Bikube sports a lovely and convenient handle.
As crazy as it sounds, and as much as I possess a standard distaste for bees, one can’t help but admire an invention designed to save a species.
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Adam Weaver's Bikube Saves Bees One Step at a Time
- By: Andrew RobichaudMay 20, 2009