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A hands-on job
A hands-on job
Anthony Schwager holding a frame of "brood" and bees. This frame is taken from the "nest" portion of the hive, also known as the "brood chamber." When conditions are right, as they were in this photo, protective equipment is not needed, which is why Anthony's hands and arms are bare. Anthony became obsessed with bees after seeing a video in third grade.
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