Science says bees can learn math

Do you have problems with math lessons?

Here's an incubation. Despite their tiny brain, a recent study has found that bees can learn basic arythematosis.

According to a study published this week at Science Advances, scientists at the University of Merlburn in Australia have found that bees can collect and descend after no problems.
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This discovery helps scientists understand the relationship between brain size and brain power. Bees and humans have been separated by more than 400 million years of evolution, so the authors of the study say their findings suggest that an advanced understanding of humans could be more accessible to animals than thought.

Many animals understand numbers at a basic level for basic tasks. But so far, only a few animals have demonstrated the ability to add and descend. Bees join in this short list that includes chimpanzees, African gray parrots and spiders.