When It's Good to Be Antisocial - Facts So Romantic - Nautilus
Most species of bees are found to be solitary workers, not socializing with other bees. Various other species of bees have hybrid features, with different populations behaving either solitary or socially. Some even change their behaviour based on the weather.
Anti-social behaviour of bees in nature leads to self-sufficiency in their 'work performance', and many opt out of the 'hive' as they need to grow faster than the others.
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