Scientists use bees to study serial killers - Deepstash

Scientists use bees to study serial killers

Scientists use bees to study serial killers

Scientists use bees to study serial killers

Criminologists developed a statistical technique called geographic profiling (GP). Based on the locations of the crimes, police can make educated guesses about where a suspect might live or visit regularly.

Bees avoid detection by predators and parasites by creating a distraction zone — they leave flowers closest to their nest entrance untouched and feed further away from the hive.

They found that bees’ foraging patterns were as reliable and predictable as humans.

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