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Honeybees can count to zero
by Giorgia Guglielmi
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7 June 2018
On 7 June 2018 Nature reported:
Honeybees understand the concept of zero, just like dolphins and people do. The insects can not only discern that 'nothing' is different from 'something'; they're also able to place zero at the low end of a positive numerical sequence, according to a study published on 7 June in Science.
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