In early summer, the number of honey bees increases dramatically. They have to find a new home to accommodate everyone. Experienced honey bees look around to find a new home. When they come back, they have to report their findings. They do this by dancing in the shape of the number eight. Karl von Frisch, an Austrian ethologist, revealed this secret and received a Nobel Prize in 1973.
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1. How do honey bees report their findings?
1. Have you seen a honey bee dancing in the shape of the number eight?