Beekeepers get honey out of honeycombs by slicing them with hot knives -- and it looks incredible

After bees fill honeycombs with honey, they seal them with beeswax. Beekeepers often get the honey out by slicing the honeycombs with hot knives, uncapping it and letting the honey spill out.

Story by Jacob Shamsian and editing by Sydney Kramer.

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