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More than 1,500 bee dance moves decoded by scientists
by Aristos Georgiou
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16 February 2020
On 16 February 2020 Newsweek reported:
Scientists have decoded the meaning of more than 1,500 honey bee 'waggle dances,' which the insects use to communicate information about food sources. According to a study published in the journal PLOS ONE, the results shed light on the dietary preferences of bees and could have significant implications for conservation efforts.
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