A nest containing honey has been found in a hollow tree, and the Wasp states that the nest is theirs. Bees are sure that the treasure is theirs. That argument and debate are getting tighter and tighter, and it seems that the event cannot be solved without fighting. But in the end, they both agreed to let a judge decide the matter. So they then brought the case before a hornet who acted as a fair judge in the whole forest.
When the Judge began calling witnesses, the witness stated that they saw that what built the honeycomb was winged insects that lived in a hollow tree environment, which buzzed loudly, and his body was striped yellow and black, like bees.
But the wasps immediately insisted that, in general, these features were shared by the wasps.
The evidence cannot clearly show who is the rightful nest owner, so the judge adjourned the court for six weeks to give him time to think about it. When the case is heard again, both parties have more witnesses. When witnesses began to be brought back, a wise old bee said:
“Your Honor,” he said, “this case has now been delayed for six weeks. If it is not immediately decided, the honey in the hive will be damaged. Order the two to build a honeycomb like that, and we will soon see who the real honey owner is.”
Wasps protested loudly. But the wise Judge immediately understood why the wasp protested. Because Wasps know that they cannot build a honeycomb and fill it with honey.
“It’s clearly seen here,” said the Judge, “who can make honeycomb and who can’t make it. I decided that the honey belongs to Bees.”
Ability will be proven by action.