In Scotland, researchers were attempting to decipher the language of bees. "Whether this is just bee noise," admitted the neuroscientist leading the study, "we don't know." | Harper's Magazine

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In Scotland, researchers were attempting to decipher the language of bees. “Whether this is just bee noise,” admitted the neuroscientist leading the study, “we don’t know.”

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In Scotland, researchers were attempting to decipher the language of bees. “Whether this is just bee noise,” admitted the neuroscientist leading the study, “we don’t know.”

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