The Book on Bee Routes: Constant Adjustments make Bees Efficient

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By Alex Wierbinski - Posted on 11 December 2017


The Book on Bee Routes

Constant Adjustments make Bees Efficient

Radar tracking reveals how bees develop a route between flowers

Bees are always looking for a better way. Bees are deeply engaged with and within their environment across a number of realities. They do personal navigation. They do group communication. They ascertain and characterize encountered threats.

They remember all these factors, adjust their approaches accordingly, and try new solutions.

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