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    A Chinese beekeeper covered his body with 73 pounds (33.1 kg) of bees that's an estimated 331,000 of the creatures during a world record in Chongqing Municipality, China, on April 18, 2012. (Photo by China Daily via Reuters) - Pictures Of Recent Events - via http://bit.ly/epinner

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    Beekeeper suits up in 73-pound coat of bees

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    Would you wear a bee suit? Chinese farmer She Ping gets covered with honey bees at his farm, producing honey to supplement their income in southwest China's Chongqing municipality on April 18, 2012. China's subsidies to farmers grew six-fold to reach 147 billion USD in 2010, with an increasing amount going to propping up farmers' pay. (STR/AFP/Getty Images)

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It’s no wonder that the Guinness Book of Records has kept a category of “most pounds of bees worn on the body.” The bees are weighed rather than counted because depending on the honey bee strain, their weight can differ considerably.