Scientists discover bees can tell a Picasso from a Monet


Scientists in Australia have discovered bees have a remarkable ability to distinguish different types of paintings.

The experiments, carried out at the University of Queensland, showed the bees could pick a Monet over a Picasso.

The aim of the research is to discover more about how bees search for food and help us understand how humans learn.

Duncan Kennedy reports from Sydney.

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