Honey farm

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Honey farm
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Pattern type Constellation
Number of cells 24
Bounding box 13×13
Discovered by JHC group
Year of discovery 1970

Honey farm is a common formation of four beehives and is one of the familiar fours. It can be made from one beehive by placing a cell in the corner of it, at the tip of it, or inside it. It also evolves from 7 cells placed in a row. It can be hassled in many ways.

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