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Just like how humans recognise faces, bees are born with an innate ability to find and remember flowers

By Scarlett Howard, Postdoctoral research fellow, Deakin University
Adrian Dyer, Associate Professor, RMIT University
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When a bee leaves the hive for the first time to go foraging, how does she know what a flower even looks like?The Conversation

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