We’ve been lead to believe that vermin are the tiny creatures that set off a herd of elephants but check the mice type. Turns out pachyderms are none too sweet on our honeybee friends. While their skin was thought to be too tough and thick to be bothered by a stinger, bees are attracted to the moisture around an elephant's eyes and they often fly up their trunks and sting the sensitive skin inside. Just the sound of a swarm of bees can send them on their way within seconds. In fact, farmers of acai fruit trees in Africa, string small hives along the perimeter of their orchards to prevent elephants from dining on their hard-earned profits. When the elephants brush the string they disturb the hive and the aggressive African honeybee comes out stingin’. Hey, who needs ADT when you have AHB?