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Bees learn to dance
Can insects feel pain? A review of the neural and behavioural evidence
The entomology literature has historically suggested insects cannot feel pain, leading to their exclusion from ethical debates and animal welfare legislation. However, there may be more neural and cognitive/behavioural ...
Learning, specialization, efficiency and task allocation in social insects.
One of the most spectacular features of social insect colonies is their division of labor. Although individuals are often totipotent in terms of the labor they might perform, they might persistently work as scouts, fighters, ...