Bees are remarkable creatures, and their beehives are no exception. Beehives can get quite large, often growing to the size of a small car. Unsurprisingly, the larger the hive, the more bees it can house. A larger hive can also store greater amounts of honey and pollen, allowing a colony of bees to thrive. In the wild, these hives can reach impressive sizes, with some even reaching up to six feet in length. However, with proper management and regular inspections, beekeepers can ensure that their hives remain manageable.