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Honey hunters dangle from cliffs

Honey hunters dangle from cliffs

When the smoke rises, so do the Lisu honey hunters.

On ladders or rope rigs draped against jagged cliffs in southern China, they wait for the smoke from ground fires to scatter the bees from their huge hives wedged into outcrops. Then the hunters use poles and long cutting tools to break away portions of the combs holding the valuable honey, which can sell for more than $20 a pound in Chinese markets.

As reported on the WASHINGTON POST website with images - READ MORE

Last modified onTuesday, 25 June 2019 04:41
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