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Going beyond what our eyes can see
Bees can see what is invisible to us.
Recently a video came up on my news feed explaining how bees see the world differently than we do. For one thing, they have ultraviolet vision, which allows them to see patterns on flowers, invisible to the human eye, that help point them toward nectar. When I looked at the images showing how bees see flowers, I could hardly believe my eyes! It was challenging to comprehend how they could have such a different view of the world we share.
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