This is pretty amazing.

There aren’t many beekeepers I know (and that would include me) who would be willing to climb out onto the sheer face of a cliff to take care of their hives.

But that’s what this guy in China does.

The photos are located at the Guardian newspaper/website of Great Britain. Click on the image to see more.

This screenshot shows the top of the photo gallery in The Guardian of a beekeeper in China whose hives are on a cliff.

This screenshot shows the top of the photo gallery in The Guardian of a beekeeper in China whose hives are on a cliff.

One of the captions notes that China produces half the honey in the world. I hope they have an easier way to do it than this.

 

Key words: beekeeping in China, honey, beehives on a cliff, Guardian

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