Honeybees are some of nature’s most efficient and effective architects. Due to their ability to process pollen or nectar into honey and wax, not only do they provide a majority of their own resources but their methodology allows for hundreds or thousands of bees to construct their hive simultaneously. In what we perceive as chaos, the honeybees are able to conduct the hive’s construction while also raising their larva and providing storage for honey. Known for its iconic hexagonal shape the honey comb surprisingly begins as a circular hole surrounded by loose wax fibers, similar in shape to a cocoon. As an addition to the hive’s framework, the newly created cell is populated with a larva but the responsibility of not only nurturing the…