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  1. <> See a monarch this time of year, and you’re seeing an insect with superpowers. Passing through Chesapeake Country is the migrating fourth generation of the distinctive butterfly whose ...

  2. Miami (AFP) - Entice them with a sweet reward and bumblebees can be trained to roll a ball into a goal, revealing unexpectedly complex learning abilities for an insect, researchers said ...

  3. It may also have the potential to boost crop yields and create alternatives fuel sources, protect us from insect-borne scourges like malaria and Zika, and even cure cancer. "CRISPR is ...

  4. As our Maine lobstermen gear up to rake in well over a half a billion dollars of lobster this year, it is noteworthy to acknowledge the humble history of our state’s most prized sea insect ...

  5. Feb. 23 (UPI) -- Scientists at Queen Mary University of London successfully taught bumblebees to score goals with a tiny ball, highlighting the insect's advanced learning abilities. " ...

  6. Tulsan Bob Sober creates man-size images of bugs, like this "Flower Beetle (Heterorrhina sexmaculata) Malaysia," through focus stacking, in which he focuses on one section of an insect ...

  7. In the latest triumph for one of humanity’s favorite insects, bumblebees learned how to push a ball to the center of a platform for a sugary treat. That may not make them a threat on ...

  8. Natural wonders: Watch the river for observations

    Chico Enterprise-Record5 days ago

    From a thicket a few feet away, a tiny ruby-crowned kinglet dashed upward to catch an insect, inspiring me to pause and stare for a moment. I uncased my binoculars that had been neglected ...

  9. Outdoor Notes

    Brainerd Dispatch4 days ago

    The Deer River Ranger District is seeking input and collaboration on the Northeast Project that will work with forest health and public use issues such as vegetation management, insect ...

  10. Goal! Ball-Rolling Bees Score Big Science Wins

    LiveScience.com via Yahoo News2 days ago

    But they weren't in training for the insect World Cup; scientists were testing the bees' learning capabilities, by training them to perform tasks unlike any that a bee would normally ...

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