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Bumblebees learn new trends by watching others
by Erin Moody, Earth.com staff writer
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7 March 2023
On 7 March 2023 Earth.com reported:
A new study published in PLoS Biology reveals that bumblebees learn new 'trends' by watching other bumblebees, and that these trends can spread throughout a colony. The study, led by researchers at Queen Mary University of London, suggests that social learning plays a significant role in bumblebee behavior, particularly when it comes to foraging.
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