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Bee veil

What is Bee veil?

  1. A cloth or form of hat usually made of wire netting to protect the beekeeper's head and neck from stings.
  2. A netting worn over the head to protect the beekeeper from stings.
  3. A cloth or wire netting for protecting the beekeeper's head and neck from stings.
  4. Protective cloth of wire netting which stops a beekeeper’s head and neck from being stung.
  5. a cloth or wire netting for protecting the beekeeper’s face, head, and neck from stings.
  6. A wire screen or cloth enclosure worn over the head and neck for protection from bee stings.

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