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Cooperation seems simple: working together toward a common goal for the benefit of all involved. But amazingly it can be quite challenging, even when we have so many successful examples all around us. Human society is based upon the concept of cooperation, but finding a balance to ensure the good of all members of society is difficult. In nature, symbiotic relationships form between unlikely allies: a bee and a flower, a bird and a rhinoceros, small fish and sharks. Yet nature also shows us…

Cooperation seems simple: working together toward a common goal for the benefit of all involved. But amazingly it can be quite challenging, even when we have so many successful examples all around us. Human society is based upon the concept of cooperation, but finding a balance to ensure the good of all members of society is difficult. In nature, symbiotic relationships form between unlikely allies: a bee and a flower, a bird and a rhinoceros, small fish and sharks. Yet nature also shows us…

A new study published in the American Chemical Society’s journal of Environmental Science and Technology creates a stronger link to what many scientists have already expressed concern over; the relationship between insecticides and mass die offs of honey bees.

A new study published in the American Chemical Society’s journal of Environmental Science and Technology creates a stronger link to what many scientists have already expressed concern over; the relationship between insecticides and mass die offs of honey bees.

Bee brains challenge view that larger brains are superior at understanding conceptual relationships.  A free-flying bee collects sucrose solutions on a patterned sample. Honeybees can tell when two samples have the same or different patterns, regardless of what the patterns are. This ability, an example of conceptual learning, is considered a higher-order trait. Credit: Avarguès-Weber and Giurfa. ©2013 The Royal Society

Bee brains challenge view that larger brains are superior at understanding conceptual relationships. A free-flying bee collects sucrose solutions on a patterned sample. Honeybees can tell when two samples have the same or different patterns, regardless of what the patterns are. This ability, an example of conceptual learning, is considered a higher-order trait. Credit: Avarguès-Weber and Giurfa. ©2013 The Royal Society

God Save The Queen.. 👑🐝Homage to the Queen Bee.  Albert Einstein  made the statement : "if honey bees become extinct , human society will follow in four years" He was speaking in regard to the symbiotic relationship  if all life on the planet...All part of a huge interconnected ecosystem .each element playing a role dependent  on many other elements all working in concert creating the symphony of life.  I'm happy this one is shown at the exhibition:)

God Save The Queen.. 👑🐝Homage to the Queen Bee. Albert Einstein made the statement : "if honey bees become extinct , human society will follow in four years" He was speaking in regard to the symbiotic relationship if all life on the planet...All part of a huge interconnected ecosystem .each element playing a role dependent on many other elements all working in concert creating the symphony of life. I'm happy this one is shown at the exhibition:)

Researchers reveal that bees and flowers share a symbiotic relationship that results in pollination and proliferation of the plants. http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2013/03/11/flowers-bees.aspx

Researchers reveal that bees and flowers share a symbiotic relationship that results in pollination and proliferation of the plants. http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2013/03/11/flowers-bees.aspx

“The relationship of bees and flowers is one of the most beautiful co-evolutionary relationships we have. Bees are the legs of plants.” - Queen of The Sun

“The relationship of bees and flowers is one of the most beautiful co-evolutionary relationships we have. Bees are the legs of plants.” - Queen of The Sun

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