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Busy bees may bring rain

Unusual Animal Behavior

ALICE SPRINGS, Australia, Nov. 29 (UPI) -- Apiarist Keith Brooke thinks the strange behaviour of his bees means heavy rain is on the way to break a drought in central Australia.
The bees have put breeding on hold and have started storing food in their hives in Alice Springs. Brooke says the bees are also using wax to seal their hives as they did in 1987-88 and 1999 when heavy, substantial rains swamped the Alice Springs area.

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