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Bees may have brains the size of poppy seeds, but they’re able to pick out individual features on human faces and recognize them during repeat interactions.
In one study, scientists paired images of human faces with sugar-laced water and found that bees recognized and remembered faces associated with the sweet reward — even when the reward was absent.
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When there’s a lack of young worker bees, older bees can revert to their more energetic, younger selves to take on the task. In fact, these bees end up living longer to pick up the slack.
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.
Fortunately, you can take action to help bees where you live. With just a smartphone and a willingness to learn, you can contribute to various citizen science projects.
Your own backyard is another place t...
As a part of Nordic marriage rites during the 5th century, it’s believed that it was a tradition for newlywed couples to consume copious amounts of mead (a fermented honey drink) during the first full moon cycle, or month, of marriage. The practice is
There are three types of honeybees: queens, workers and drones. There’s only one queen, and she’s typically the largest and longest-living individual within a hive. Worker bees are all female and the ...
Using their wings, bees can fan hot air out of the hive to cool an area or vibrate their flight muscles to heat it.
Scientists have observed Japanese honeybees create a giant ball around the hive-invading, bee-eating Asian giant hornets to use the same hive-heating techniques to
Bees are highly-efficient pollinators and are essential to plant diversity. When bees are employed to pollinate crops such as avocados, blueberries and cucumbers, fruit yields and weight inc...
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