A Bees-Eye View: How Insects See Flowers Very Differently to Us [PICTURES]

To the human eye, a garden in bloom is a riot of colour. Flowers jostle for our attention, utilising just about every colour of the rainbow. But of course, it is not our attention they need to attract, but that of insects, the perfect pollinating agents.

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