“Flowers sure look pretty to us, but bees see them in a completely different light. Literally. Not only do they see the world through these compound eyes made of thousands of individual pixels, they see a world bathed in ultraviolet, way beyond what our eyes can see.”
How do bees find flowers? How do flowers find bees? How do they help each other? And what do flowers look like in ultraviolet light?
Related exploration: Dr Klaus Schmitt’s Photography of the Invisible World.
There’s more buzzing in TKSST’s archives. Plus:
• How do crab spiders catch their prey?
• What semi-secret spider trick can help us save birds?
• Why Are Scorpions Fluorescent?
• What is light? Royal Observatory Greenwich explains…
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