Bees Found in Woman’s Eye

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Bees Found in Woman’s Eye

Ryan Hauer

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     A Taiwanese woman was found to have four tiny bees in her eye, after about three hours of experiencing swelling and pain in her left eye. The bees are known as sweat bees, and insects such as bees are normally drawn to nectar and pollen, but these bees are drawn to human perspiration (such as sweat and tears). The bees are normally found in fallen trees or graves, and the Taiwanese woman, by the name of Hung He, had said that she was visiting a relatives grave, and she felt something blow into her eye.

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