A beehive is a structure created by bees, typically made of wax, in which they live and raise their young. Beehives can be found in the wild or they can be created and maintained by beekeepers for the purpose of honey production. The internal structure of a beehive typically includes comb cells for storing honey, pollen, and eggs, as well as a central area for the queen bee to lay eggs. A 5 frame beehive is a type of bee hive that has five frames of comb, typically made of wax, inside. The frames are designed to fit inside the hive and provide a surface for the bees to build their comb. The size of the frames is standard and it allows beekeepers to easily add or remove frames as needed. A 5 frame beehive is a smaller version of the traditional beehive and it is more manageable for beginner beekeepers or those with limited space. They are also easier to transport and inspect.