Have you ever watched a bee carefully and without disturbing it? Perhaps you wondered what was going on in its head. Was it afraid? Did it even notice you?
Like us, insects have a brain. But, unlike ours, this brain is tiny. What is it good for? Do insects have intelligence? Do they have a conscience?
In this book for the general public, Mathieu Lihoreau, researcher at the CRCA-CBI, reveals the fascinating cognitive abilities of these miniature creatures, through scientific discoveries, but also anecdotes and personal thoughts about the behavior of bees and insects in general.
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