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Honeybees Join Humans as the Only Known Animals that can tell the Difference between Odd and Even Numbers

Scarlett Howard, Monash University; Adrian Dyer, Andrew Greentree and Jair Garcia, RMIT University. “Two, four, six, eight; bog in, don’t wait”. As children, we learn numbers can either be even or odd. And there are many ways to categorise numbers… Continue Reading →

Bees are Born with an Innate Ability to Find and Remember Flowers

Scarlett Howard, Deakin University and Adrian Dyer, RMIT University We’ve all watched a honeybee fly past us and land on a nearby flower. But how does she know what she’s looking for? And when she leaves the hive for the… Continue Reading →

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