Two-facedness sucks!

The results of a new study have been published. Accordingly, it was understood that “bees, like chimpanzees, have the ability of cultural transmission”. Bees can imitate. They learn by imitation. And they are solving problems. The researchers prepared “two traps” for the experiment. Can the bee learn to reach the “jar containing sugar water” by overcoming these two traps, and at the end of the learning, can it form a “solution culture” suitable for its own creation? They examined it. In the first trap: The bee is pulling the thread. […]

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