When giant ‘murder’ hornets attack, honeybees scream to alert danger, study says


To guard their hives from such a disaster, some species of honeybees have developed an arsenal of defensive strategies. They might forage for different animals’ feces and place it at their nest’s entrance to repel predators, a tactic known as “fecal recognizing.” Or, in a way often known as “balling,” a cluster of honeybees could engulf a hornet, vibrate their flight muscle groups and produce sufficient warmth to kill the enemy. | When large ‘homicide’ hornets assault, honeybees scream to alert hazard, research says

Huynh Nguyen

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