Not only humans recognize faces, bees also search for flowers and recognize them

Scarlett Howard, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Deakin University and Adrian Dyer Associate Professor, RMIT University Geelong (Australia), November 22 (The Conversation) We have all often seen a bee flying around us and hovering over flowers. But have you ever wondered how she knows what she’s looking for? And when she first leaves the hive, how does she know what the flower looks like? Our paper, published in Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, seeks to find out whether the brains of bees have an innate mechanism,

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