Bees Across US Went Silent During the Total Solar Eclipse in 2017

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Be it the colonial structure of their organization or their different dances performed to convey the location of food, these tiny black and yellow creatures never fail to amaze us with their way of living.

During the solar eclipse of 2017, scientists identified one more mystifying behavior of the honeybees as their movement and buzzing were abruptly silenced during the period of total solar eclipse.

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Over the past decades, zoologists and scientists curious about the study of animal behavior have always delved into the depths to investigate about the behavioral patterns of fishes, chimps, birds and other organisms of the Kingdom Animalia. But not much is explored about the residents of the Phylum


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