Bugged with a Question

One question that popped into my head a while back about insects is specifically focused on honeybees and their uncanny ability to find their way back home after travelling miles to find a good spot to collect pollen. This inquiry came to my mind when I was watching my brother tend to his hobby honeybee hive. I remember seeing all the worker bees busily returning to the bee box from all sorts of different directions, and that was what sparked the question about how honeybees have such a strong navigational aptitude. I’m not really sure how a creature so small is able to remember and pilot their way through various different terrains without getting lost while I can’t seem to ever remember where I parked my car in the Walmart parking lot. They’re pretty amazing!

Publicado por abbygael abbygael, 27 de agosto de 2021

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