Some bees give off a powerful signal letting their brethren know about a rich source of nectar, but also warning competitors that the find has been taken, according to a study published in Current Biology. "It tells nestmates where to find good food and hints at a larger occupying force," said lead author Elinor Lichtenberg of Washington State University. The study looks at eavesdropping insects and how they affect animal communication signals.

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