Bees look for flower colors that signify warm temperatures when choosing their dining spot. And they remember what they learn.
The emergence of flowering plants 100 million years ago may have led to the explosion in ant diversity that occurred around the same time, scientists say.
Plants in some of the most diverse ecosystems on Earth don't have enough birds and bees to allow them to fruit to their full potential, a new study finds.
Flowers have flourished and evolved their beauty partly because we're so emotionally attached to them, scientists say.
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