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Mergers, twists, and pentagons: The architecture of honeycombs ...
By Marieke Post - July 28, 2021
Bees are brilliant. Just imagine building a perfect grid of hexagrams with your friends, while one group starts on one side of the hall - and the other on the other side. Bees can do that. Now researchers find that bees see issues coming in advance and start making smaller adjustments that, in the end, help avoid the need for larger changes. How convenient.

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