Honeybee hives are often attacked by giant hornets who are too large to be stung by the honeybees. What do these honeybees do to kill the attacking hornets?
Answer Cook them alive by becoming a heat swarm
Amazingly honeybees can swarm tightly around an enemy raising the temperature to over 117F. The bees are able to withstand this intense heat, but the hornet cannot and dies as a result.
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