How 'Undertaker' Bees Recognize Dead Comrades

How 'Undertaker' Bees Recognize Dead Comrades
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They're the undertakers of the bee world: a class of workers that scours hives for dead comrades, finding them in the dark in as little as 30 minutes, despite the fact that the deceased haven't begun to give off the typical odors of decay. A new study may reveal how they do it.

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