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More beautiful than schools of fish swimming in formation

GreenAtheist Level 8 Jan 9, 2019
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I saw that on a David Attenborough's video of a type of moth invading a hive of bees. This wave is a protective movement by the bees (but the moth still gets in and steals honey).

JackPedigo Level 8 Jan 9, 2019

Interesting to have a idea why.

@Hathacat It is under a new series titled "Natural Curiosities". The moth is looking for food in the way of honey but has also adapted a way of getting past the hive. It actually uses sound to do this. This series is on Netflix.

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Just like a wave.

Remowill Level 7 Jan 9, 2019
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A hive mindsmile001.gif

flower_nut Level 7 Jan 9, 2019

Just a tad spooky.

@Hathacat
Yes...I know what you mean. It could be communication organizing a swarm and what target to acquiresmile001.gif

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Wow, very cool!

HippieChick58 Level 9 Jan 9, 2019
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We thought we invented the wave.

glennlab Level 9 Jan 9, 2019
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Bees are so awesome. I hope they don't die off completely. We will be in a world of hurt if they do.

Bees are proof humans can learn not to kill, rape, pollute or cheat neighbors out of what they need...in short harmony is our birthright and honey could be our food

@GreenAtheist the only problem is, most humans are not as smart as bees.

@Redheadedgammy of course they are brutalized by religion while all bees are always Atheists even their Queen has no bibles like Queen Elizabeth since 1956

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What is it?

Wangobango3 Level 7 Jan 9, 2019

Bees.

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Cool!

mikebeed Level 7 Jan 9, 2019
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