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Killer bees aren't so smart

When it comes to learning and remembering, these invaders don’t do as well as the bees they displace

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10:02am, November 18, 2009

Note to plotters of world domination: Don’t get discouraged about your weaker brains.

So-called killer bees have readily displaced the long-established European honeybees throughout Central America and the southern United States. Yet the invaders don’t perform as

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