The University of Texas are not just known as the "Mean Green", they will also be known for saving bees. Bees? That's right, bees!
A huge colony of bees were discovered on the campus in Denton, Texas, living in the walls a the school's Radio, TV and Film building. The university had been willing to leave the bees there until the bees showed aggressiveness.
Just one of the many colonies had been living within those walls for 18 years!
Originally, the bees (numbered in the millions) were scheduled to be exterminated but once the workers sawed into the wall, the bees, their hives, and even parts of hte the wall were coming out. UNT decided to save the bees. "They investigated and realized there was damage to the building, so they had to remove them, and remove them safely," a UNT official said.
Stay clear of the area today because the bees will be vacuumed and given to local beekeepers, where they can recolonize.