Moving objects and flowing air: How bees position their antennae during flight

»»Moving objects and flowing air: How bees position their antennae during flight

During flight, bees need to position their antennae carefully to get accurate information about the speed of air flowing past their bodies. This is crucial for them to make mid-air decisions in a fraction of a second. Scientists now show that visual cues and airflow work in opposing ways to help bees position their antennae precisely during flight

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