Many insects will build “houses” for themselves, and bees are the best “architects”. The bee’s hive is composed of countless regular hexagonal chambers of the same size. Each chamber is closely connected to form a huge hive. There are eggs, larvae and their stored food – pollen and nectar. According to the research of scientists, Building a hexagonal honeycomb can not only save materials most effectively, but also make rational use of space, increase the volume of space, but also make the honeycomb more stable. Therefore, bees are well deserved to be known as the “genius architect” in the insect world.