Bees’ inbuilt GPS revealed

Bees remember landmarks and read information from the sky to find their way home from an amazing 11 kilometres away and over several days’ travel, a new study University shows.

Vision scientists have found more reasons for the honeybee’s incredible knack of navigating cross-country – these creatures often rely on the position of the sun, the polarisation of light in the sky, the panorama view of the horizon and landmarks including towers, mountains or lakes.

Read more at Australian National University