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Bees are capable of deductive reasoning

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We've known for a while that bees choose their flowers based on what they see other bees doing. This type of learning by observation is a fairly complex social behavior. So how did bees master it? Now, a group of scientists say it all comes down to how bees use logic.

http://io9.com/bees-...oning-468868141

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Almost all living beings have cognitive activity at different rates and levels, I see it as a part of nature, but it surely is interesting to note and learn the different rate of specific cognitive activities of different species. I think that most of what is noticeable is according to what the species do

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Bees are absolutely amazing.

What they do for their colony and unwttingly for humans is, to me, beyond comparison.

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They need to learn to stay away from crops sprayed with pesticides and those Zombie Flies. That I wish they would learn and people need to learn how not to harm them.

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