If a worker Honeybee has found nectar or pollen, she’ll come back to the hive and do a little dance to show the others where they can find it. If the food is close by (10 metres away), she’ll do what’s called a round dance. The dance starts with the Honeybee moving in a circle one way and then the other way. But if the food is more than 100 metres away, she’ll do what’s called a waggle dance. For this dance, the worker will walk in a line while wagging her tail. Suddenly she’ll turn, walk in a half circle and walk back, wagging her tail again. And then she’ll repeat the whole dance. The number of times she repeats the dance will let the other bees know how far away the food is from the hive. But how do the other bees know what flowers to look for? That’s easy! They’ll be able to smell it off the worker Honeybee!