At least it's explained

2019-10-13

Bees don’t know how to make hexagons. When bees make honeycomb, they stand in one place and spin around in a circle building up a wall of wax around them. The surprisingly precise hexagons happen because that’s the shape a bunch of circles made of wax turn into when you smoosh them all together as tightly as possible.

The question is: does that simple explanation make it more beautiful, or less?