Googly Eyes: Photos of Striking Wasp Faces

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Funky Faces

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While scientists have known that individuals of this paper-wasp species can distinguish individuals in their colony by recognizing facial markings, a new…Read More »

study published in the Dec. 2, 2011 issue of the journal Science reveals the wasps learn to identify images of Polistes fuscatus faces faster and more accurately than other types of images.   Less «
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