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We all know that bees dance to show their hive mates where the good flowers are. It turns out that the bees may not know that. Wenner (natural history, U. of California, Santa Barbara) and Wells (biology, Occidental College, Los Angeles) are no longer trying to gain recognition for their findings th
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Enormously important. . . . This book should be read by both those who do and do not believe in bee language for what it says about bees, scientists, communication systems, social institutions, and interactions. -- BioScience
Should be read by all members of the scientific community and establishment. -- American Journal of Psychology
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