New studies show that more information is conveyed in the honeybee’s dances, and some of it is innate
Exactly a hundred years ago, the German-Austrian zoologist Karl von Frisch published his first groundbreaking monograph “The ‘language’ of bees”. By the way, he conducted most of the experiments on the Carnica bee race, which has recently been discussed again from Carinthia to New York. Von Frisch made improvements He gained knowledge of the bee dance in the summer of 1944, when he and his staff at the family home in Brunnwinkl on Lake Wolfgang deciphered the exact meaning of the bee dance and in particular the bee dance.
You decide how you want to use our content. Unfortunately, your device currently does not allow us to display the relevant options.
Please deactivate You are using all hardware and software components that can block parts of our website. For example, browser add-ons such as ad blockers or network filters.
Do you have a PUR subscription?
“Total coffee aficionado. Travel buff. Music ninja. Bacon nerd. Beeraholic.”
“Star Trail” is something else entirely
Surprising Discovery at Uranus’ North Pole – ‘Not Just a Blue Ball of Gas’
Broccoli protects the lining of the intestine and prevents diseases