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Bees Kept on Notre Dame’s Roof Have SURVIVED The Fire

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200.000 honey bees that were living on the top of Notre Dame have endured the flame blast! These three hives were put on the house of God’s housetop in 2013 for a biodiversity venture by Nicolas Géant.

He said that the honey bees were going all through their homes toward the beginning of today. Each hive delivers around 25 kg of nectar every year which is sold to the Notre Dame staff.


The three beehives on the rooftop of Notre Dame in Paris (circled) appeared to be intact after the blaze ripped through the heritage landmark and it has now been confirmed their 200,000 inhabitants are still alive
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Nicolas Géant was very cheerful to declare that his honey bees have endured the flame that was seething for more than 12 hours on Monday. The flame demolished the tower and practically the majority of the resplendent hundreds of years old top of Notre Dame.

have endured the flame that was seething for more than 12 hours on Monday. The flame demolished the tower and practically the majority of the resplendent hundreds of years old top of Notre Dame.


Beekeeper Nicolas Géant (pictured) said he was hopeful that the bees had survived but was not allowed to check on them because of the fragility of the remaining structure of Notre Dame
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He says: ‘Until at the beginning of the day, I had no news,’.

He had been in limbo since Monday, unfit to beware of his bee families since firemen’s state there is as yet a hazard that the delicate structure could altogether fall.


Beehives pictured on top of the Grand Palais in Paris with a view to the Eiffel tower
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Sixty of them are as yet keeping a vigil at the world well-known milestone to guarantee no further flame erupts and observing ‘problem areas’ that may bring on additional harm.

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‘At first, I thought that the three hives had burned but I had no information after Monday’s fire. Then I saw from satellite images that this was not the case and then the cathedral spokesman told me that they were going in and out of the hives.’ – he adds.


Géant (pictured) keeps three hives on the roof of Notre Dame, each housing some 60,000 bees
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‘If you look at the photos from the sky, you see that everything is burnt, there are holes in the roof, but you can still see the three beehives,’ Géant told NBC News.

Prior Géant had communicated trust that the honey bees were as yet alive in the wake of recognizing their hives, which had all the signs of being whole and untouched, in aerial pictures.

‘If you look at the photos from the sky, you see that everything is burnt, there are holes in the roof, but you can still see the three beehives,’ Géant finished his statement for NBC News.

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