If you think your feet smell, try being a bumblebee. For them, smelly footprints help to discriminate among new flowers and those already scavenged by themselves or their fellow furry fliers. The invisible markers each bumblebee secretes helps lead them to more rewarding food sources.
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Japanese Honey Bees Roast Hornets In Their "Oven"
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See Japanese honey bees swarm around the hive caring for their young: 00:09
Japanese giant hornets mark the hives of honey bees with pheromones so other hornets can find the prey later. 01:09
Japanese honey bees swarm onto their Japanese giant hornet predators and vibrate, creating an oven that cooks the hornet alive. 01:39
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