another honey bee

New Delhi, India
March 8, 2017 4:36am CST
Oh god again today is another honey bee that has enteredy room. I don't know from where are they entering.I hate the loud buzzing sound they make. Moreover the kid is sleeping a d I' m afraid it might bite him. Need to turn it out..
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@prinzcy (5058)
• Malaysia
8 Mar 17
Bees usually attracted to light, that's why it got in. There's probably an opening somewhere. Best to catch it before it bite someone.
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• New Delhi, India
8 Mar 17
It is still there and I'm unable to make it move out. I think I should call someone for help
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@else34 (13604)
• New Delhi, India
8 Mar 17
&amitkokiladitya, Someone had once told me that honey bees can be driven out by smoke,but I don't know if he was right.We have a hugeneral, old "neem"tree right in front of our house.And there is a big beehive on its upper branches.
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• New Delhi, India
8 Mar 17
Smoke is good to make honey bees move away from bee hive . Not from room
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@else34 (13604)
• New Delhi, India
8 Mar 17
@amitkokiladitya If smoke can drive out bees from hives,why can't it be used from driving them out from rooms?
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• New Delhi, India
8 Mar 17
@else34 then how will you drive the smoke and its smell from the house
@ShifaLk (8393)
• India
8 Mar 17
Omg! Summers :( They sometimes come from the window or door if there's even a little space too.
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• New Delhi, India
9 Mar 17
Yes.. I hate them
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@JudyEv (130469)
• Bunbury, Australia
8 Mar 17
Did you manage to get it out of the room? I hope so.
@amnabas (10310)
• Karachi, Pakistan
8 Mar 17
Oops... Last weekend my daughters went to our roof top for playing in the evening. They were playing hide and suddenly they saw honeybee hive. They came downstairs screaming.
@dpk262006 (56473)
• Delhi, India
8 Mar 17
I think she would have come to get treatment for her teeth (sting) from you, as she would have read the board outside your clinic.
@Sreekala (23605)
• India
8 Mar 17
Honey bees are dangerous and we have to be cautious. If they bite then it will be painful much. Search if there is a hive nearby place.