What eats the bird called bee eater?
there are a variety of predators for this bird like other birds called the peregrine falcon, the sparrow hawk and by some land cats but not many predators can consume them or at least catch them as they spend most of their lives eating bees , hornets , wasps ,etc in mid air making it awkward for the predator to consume them, so there is no real predator just for the bee eater, making them almost predator free.
Gruccione is an Italian equivalent of 'bee eater'. The masculine gender noun is pronounced 'grooch-CHYOH-nay'. That's one of a number of common names for the bird, throughout the Italian peninsula and the islands. But no matter the local and regional variations, the scientific name always stays the same, as 'Merops apiaster'.
Honey badgers and honey guide birds do not live together. However, they both benefit each other. The honey guide bird leads the honey badger to bee hives. The badger then tears open the hive and eats honey and bee larvae, which it wouldn't have found without the bird. The badger leaves scattered scraps behind, which the bird eats, but it could not have accessed them without the manual labor of the badger.