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QUESTION OF THE WEEK: Why do bees use the right antenna of fellowship?

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Q: Why do bees use the right antenna of fellowship?

A: Honeybees depend on their right antennae to differentiate friends from foes, scientists have learned. Evidently the right antenna is important for consistent "context-appropriate" social behavior.
Scientists once thought lateralization—right- or left-sided bias in behavior—was a purely human attribute. In the past two decades, scientists have found that lateralized functions are common throughout the animal world.
Read the whole article to explore how "righties" and "lefties" in humans and animals confirm a common Designer.

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Get EquippedIncredible Creatures That Defy Evolution, Vol. 3
Join Dr. Jobe Martin and enter the fascinating world of animals to reveal sophisticated and complex designs that shake the traditional foundations of evolutionary theory.
Dr. Martin himself was a traditional evolutionist, but his medical and scientific training would go through an evolution, rather a revolution when he began to study animals that challenged the scientific assumptions of his education. This was the beginning of the evolution of a creationist.

News to Know Quick Look

Today's question was also a News to Know item. In case you missed it, this week we also featured the following News to Know items:
Paleo-Pest Said to Demonstrate How a Flea Evolved into a Flea: A recent discovery of fossilized medium-sized fleas "fills the transitional gap" between fossilized giant fleas and modern small fleas. But getting smaller is not evidence of evolutionary progress.
From Bacteria to Giraffes: Adapting Reality to Fantasy: Mutations in genetic code are widely regarded as "engines of evolution." Researchers have recently tried to link mutations in bacteria as the "engine" that grew the giraffe' long neck.

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