Honeybees Can Do Maths (Probably Better Than You) SUBSCRIBE: https://youtu.be/nE2uhv-ZCSw : While math is easy for some people, it’s just impossible for others who don’t even want to remember their school years. But did you know that bees can actually do math? Scientists made something like a “school” where bees could be trained to solve basic math problems. And they did surprisingly well! But what’s the point?
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– Bees understood one of the most complicated concepts in math. Nope, it’s not “imaginary numbers” or square roots – it’s zero!
– Honeybees can rank numerical quantities and understand that zero belongs at the lower end of a sequence of numbers.
– The experiment proved that bees weren’t simply guessing, which means that they do have some mathematical ability, and that’s definitely buzz-worthy news!
– As a matter of fact, a lot of animals can understand numbers at a basic level for essential tasks. But so far, only a few of them have shown the ability to add and subtract.
– We tend to look at pigs as simple farm animals, but recent studies show that they might be as intelligent as cats and dogs.
– Pigs not only learn the connection between their own movements and their reflection in the mirror, but they also understand the layout of their surroundings so that they can spot objects in a certain space.
– Dr. Stanley Curtis, a researcher from Penn State University, taught 2 pigs how to use a joystick with their snouts and teeth to make the cursor move around the screen.
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