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Demilitarization of the drone by insects.

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A few days ago, a swarm of bees decided to conduct a special military operation and attempted to demilitarize my drone. I tried to avoid the conflict, even attempted to escape, but I was unsuccessful. Despite having my entire face covered in their innards and nectar from their stomachs, they continued to attack until the battery was fully discharged, forcing an emergency landing. The outcome of the battle was similar to that of the Muscovites in Bakhmut. The drone was grounded, and as a result of the demilitarization, the tips of the propellers were delicately damaged. I spent two hours removing the guts.


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A few days ago, a swarm of bees decided to conduct a special military operation and attempted to demilitarize my drone. I tried to avoid the conflict, even attempted to escape, but I was unsuccessful. Despite having my entire face covered in their innards and nectar from their stomachs, they continued to attack until the battery was fully discharged, forcing an emergency landing. The outcome of the battle was similar to that of the Muscovites in Bakhmut. The drone was grounded, and as a result of the demilitarization, the tips of the propellers were delicately damaged. I spent two hours removing the guts.


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Is this a DJI? If so, you should consider a bee friendly one like Autel :)
 
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A few days ago, a swarm of bees decided to conduct a special military operation and attempted to demilitarize my drone. I tried to avoid the conflict, even attempted to escape, but I was unsuccessful. Despite having my entire face covered in their innards and nectar from their stomachs, they continued to attack until the battery was fully discharged, forcing an emergency landing. The outcome of the battle was similar to that of the Muscovites in Bakhmut. The drone was grounded, and as a result of the demilitarization, the tips of the propellers were delicately damaged. I spent two hours removing the guts.


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I like your creative writing!
 
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This thread has gone off-topic and too political in nature. I have had to delete many posts so now, it's closed
 
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