The mystery of the whoop whooping bee
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The mystery of the whoop whooping bee

Honey bees have long been known to make a noise that scientists call the whoop whooping signal... quite simply because that's what it sounds like.

Now Dr Martin Bencsik from Nottingham Trent University thinks he might know why they do it... and it might have something to do with angry bees.

  • 14 Feb 2017
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