The basic structure of a Honeycomb is a building which is composed of a hexagonal single room with its mouth facing down or to one side and back to back symmetrically. The size of each chamber is uniform, and the distance between the upper, lower, left and right is equal; the diameter of the hive is about 0.5cm, and the cells are closely connected and orderly, as if carefully designed.
When the climate is hot and the temperature inside the Honeycomb is high, the worker bees will stir their wings to fan the wind at the entrance of the Honeycomb, so that the air in the nest will circulate, thus becoming cool.
Scientists have found that the hexagonal building structure has the highest degree of tightness, the simplest materials required and the largest usable space. Therefore, it can accommodate up to tens of thousands of bees. This is a hexagonal honeycomb structure, showing amazing mathematical talent, so that many architects sigh, admire!