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Only if the honey is infected with a bad fungus. Left undisturbed, the honey will last indefinitely.
Unharvested honey remains in the hive. The honey that is not harvested is consumed by the bees in the hive to remain alive. A talented beekeeper knows how much honey he can remove from the hive and not harm the bees.
in the hive
you go to the torches by the hive and light them on fire then your person will go to the hive with the torches and calm them down but it might take a couple of tries for your person to get the honey
You put some honey in the new hive and the bees will go there
Open the hive and look.
Worker bees leave the hive and go and find flowers. They collect the nectar and pollen from these flowers and return to the hive with this in their stomachs and on their legs. This is then regurgitated into storage compartments in the hive and turned into honey. The bee colony lives on this honey.
They like to listen to noises and go out of their hive
They don't usually. The bees make honey in the hive.
dump out honey from hive
a honey bees hive contains nuclear waste from the bees mateing and poisoned Honey which paralyze some people
They don't. Queen bees don't normally leave the hive, and there is only one in each hive.