Busy bees’ ‘alarm clock’ recorded for the first time

By Josh Payne

A bee’s “alarm clock” has been documented for the first time by researchers.

Scientists have recorded the honeycomb vibration of the bee, which prompts others in the hive to start getting busy.

The signal, known as the Dorso-Ventral Abdominal Vibration, alerts other bees to start foraging for food or become more active when the insects drum on the comb.

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