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Model of a worker bee

Model of a worker bee made of papier mache, metal and hair. The bee is black and brown in colour with black antennae decorated with white stripes and folded downwards. The bee has two black eyes, a pair of wings folded back over the abdomen and legs in six sections, two of which are covered in hair. The abdomen is coloured black with yellow stripes and there is a small gold hook underneath that can be used for hanging.
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