ARIZONA (CNN) -- Africanized Honey Bees swarmed to a house in Tucson building a hive that was about nine feet long.
The hive took about one year to develop, according to Greg Denker with American Bee Control. About 50,000 bees lived in it.
Denker is planning to relocate the hive to various bee yards around southern Arizona.
"Well, this is totally unmanageable, because it was inside the wooden soffit of the house. If there were laws against bee-keeping in Arizona this would be against the law. Every jurisdiction that has laws on bee-keeping says you have to have a hive that can be manipulated, so keeping a hive inside a cavity inside of a roof is no-no," said Denker.
Denker says you can call services like American Bee Control if you need help with bees, especially with bee season upon us.