Bumblebees can solve puzzles after watching their peers do so

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Scientists in England gave bees complex box puzzles with a sugar reward in the end. The researchers found the bumblebees use “social learning” – some bees solved the puzzles, while the observer bees chose the same method as the successful bees 98% of the time.

 

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