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Puzzles are a breeze for bees News

by Ariel Marcy, 3 August 2023 | 0 comments

Bees in a classroom.

What’s the latest buzz? Scientists in England just discovered that bumblebees learn from one another! This is a surprising ability for an insect with a brain much, much smaller than puzzle-solving primates and birds.

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The buzz about bee guards News

by Chenxin Tu, 16 March 2023 | 0 comments

Head of a bee front on view, black with yellow central marking.

Did you know that not all bees have hives? Many capricious masked bees live alone, but sometimes, some of them keep eyes out for one other.

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How to find the world’s biggest bee News

by David Shaw, 28 February 2019 | 3 comments

Image of a giant bee and a smaller honey bee.

As long as a thumb and with a six-centimetre wingspan, you’d think it would be hard to miss Wallace’s giant bee.

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Electric buzz News

by Pat, 1 March 2013 | 0 comments

Honey bee on a flower.

Flowers have adaptations such as vivid colours and strong scents to attract bees. According to recent research, they might also have a more electric way of bringing all the bees to the yard.

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