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The Kenya-type hive is widespread throughout Africa, it is horizontal in development. It is similar to the Spanish Layens, but formed with an irregular trapezoid, the squares at the top are wider than at the bottom (trapezoid shape). The frames are formed only by a strip, of 13 strips with their separating bars. Bottom with sanitary ventilation and closing lid, with rear door (opposite side to the spout) for work control. Two handles for transport.