A huge beehive discovered in a Richardson, Texas neighborhood was moved on Friday.
The beehive is on private property, but because it's such a health risk, the health department is having the city take care of it.
"There is a bit of unusual aspect of it. We occasionally get calls of bees, but nothing of this magnitude," said Bill Alsup, director of public health in Richardson.
The City of Richardson says the hive is at least as big as a basketball and has taken on an inverted pyramid shape.
"Once a hive gets this large there is a large amount of honey and honeycomb in it and the bees become more aggressive and territorial in protecting that honeycomb and that honey," said Alsup.
Richardson's director of public health said he was told there were between 450,000 to 500,000 bees in the hive.
"This is the first time in my career that I've dealt with a hive this significant for sure," said Alsup.
The city called in a beekeeper who relocated the hive on Friday morning.