More Than 1,500 Bee Dance Moves Decoded by Scientists
BY ARISTOS GEORGIOU
Scientists have decoded the meaning of more than 1,500 honey bee “waggle dances,” which the insects use to communicate information about food sources.
According to a study published in the journal PLOS ONE, the results shed light on the dietary preferences of bees and could have significant implications for conservation efforts.
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