Bumble Bees collecting pollen in Liverpool Parks #9
Bees working together pollenating flowers in Allerton Towers Park in Liverpool, no 'social distancing' here. Scientists have discovered that bumblebees have the ability to use their ‘smelly footprints’ to distinguish between their own scent, the scent of a relative and the scent of a stranger. This means they can improve their success in finding food and avoid flowers that already have been visited.
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