Scientists Investigating Parisian Beehives Found A Deadly Remnant Of Notre-Dame’s Fire Hidden Inside

On an urban rooftop above the River Seine in France’s capital, beekeepers carefully remove a sheet of honeycomb from a teeming hive. All around them, iconic structures punctuate the sprawling Paris skyline: the Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe, the charred shell of Notre Dame cathedral. The beekeepers’ eyes are focused, though, on a wax cell as they extract a sample of honey. And when scientists finally analyze this specimen back at the lab, they uncover a dark and disturbing secret…