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Name: Alisha Nicole K.
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Age: 10
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Date: 10/1/2003


Question:
Do bees see only in blue?


Replies:
No. Bees and other insects see quite differently than we do, but will find and visit white, yellow, and other flower colors. Most insects see into the ultraviolet range, beyond what we can see, but do not exclude the colors we see.

J. Elliott


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