The King of bees is an African who is not afraid of stinging insectsPictolic
If you have ever been bitten by bees in your life, you will always remember how strong this pain is. The photo of a resident of Rwanda, who was covered from head to toe with a swarm of bees, is painful to look at, but the African himself behaves completely unperturbed. The self-proclaimed "king of bees" Ndayisaba says that he has been engaged in beekeeping for 30 years and allows insects to crawl on his body. The man claims that they never stung him.
Thousands of bees swarm and crawl over the naked body of the African, but he does not feel their bites. A resident of Rwanda has been engaged in beekeeping since childhood. The African became a real sensation after photos appeared on social networks showing him standing covered with insects from head to toe.
Ndayisaba shares a life hack on how to control the behavior of bees. First, he finds a queen and puts it on his body to attract other insects. Bees begin to flock to protect the uterus, and surround the man, forming a kind of shield around him.
The African claims that the bees have never stung him. He says that many people turn to him for advice on beekeeping. In addition to the popularity in his area, his extraordinary ability helps to make good money on the sale of honey.
Experienced beekeepers are aware of how bees swarm around the uterus, creating a "beard". They say that you need to prepare carefully for the trick that Ndayisaba does. Periodically, insects are fed with sugar syrup so that they are full, then they sting less.
Beekeeper Katie Lee says: before you lure bees, you need to apply vaseline to the areas around the eyes and on the lips so that insects do not land on them. She also advises sticking cotton wool in the nose and ears, so that curious bees do not get there.
However, unlike the African, the rest of the beekeepers suffer from bites during the performance of such a trick. They warn not to take risks if you are not ready for pain, because bees can start attacking at any moment.
Beekeeping is one of the oldest crafts of mankind. In China, there is a unique wild bee reserve, which is located at a dizzying height in the mountains.