It requires a hive-mind. There are examples of debate within a bee hive. When two bees (scouts) each discover a rich food source, the most convincing and persistent dance appears to determine the eventual agreement to swarm to the most promising site. This was proven experimentally on an island where two food sources were placed at opposite ends of the island, with the hive centrally located. Instead of swarming to both locations, all the bees swarmed only to the richest food source. Ants practice aphid herding (husbandry), and Termite societies depend on crop cultivation (internal farms) and air-conditioning. Most never venture into the outside world.