Bystander captures 'dancing' bees creating beautiful patterns on their nest

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Bees were seen creating beautiful patterns while "wiggle dancing" on their nest in Kon Tim, Vietnam. The dances are used by Field bees, in particular, to relay different messages, from the need to swarm, to the direction of and distance to a source of food, according to the Canada Agriculture and Food Museum. When the bees find a great source of nectar, they perform the dance back at their hive to tell other bees where to find the flowers.

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