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 Are honey bees blind?

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How Do People See Color If They Are Color Blind?

There are different types of color blindness, depending on which of the cones in the retina are affected. There are three types of cone cells: red cones, blue cones and green cones. If one of these... Read More »
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What color are killer bees?

Africanized honey bees, or "killer bees," resemble other bee species in many ways, including their coloring. Shades of yellow streaked with black stripes cover most of the killer bees' bodies, and ... Read More »
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Are bees attracted to the color yellow?

Bees are generally attracted to bright colors (except for red, which most of them cannot see) and floral patterns that resemble the flowers from which they extract nectar and pollen. Therefore, yel... Read More »
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Are termites color blind?

Except for king and queen termites, wingless workers, as well as other members of the colony, are blind. Blind termites may be able to distinguish between light and dark, but they lack the function... Read More »
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