Honeybees in a hive. (Image by PollyDot from Pixabay)

Do you like to dance? What if you need to dance to make sure your family and friends have food?

Honeybees shake their booties to let other bees know where they can find pollen and nectar. Scientists first discovered the waggle dance in the 1940s. At the time, they thought the bees were born to boogie. They thought the bees just knew the right moves from birth. But a new study has found that honeybees learn their dance steps from their elders.