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bee eclipse student art

bee eclipse student art

After elementary-school students participated in a study of bee behavior during the 2017 total solar eclipse, researchers leading the project asked the students to illustrate the eclipse from the bees’ perspective “as a way to synthesize their results.” Illustrations such as that of Olivery Ni, then a fifth-grader at Ulysses S. Grant Elementary School in Columbia, Missouri, “show growth in [students’] understanding of animal behavior over the project—many drawings captured the connections between environmental stimuli, bee sensory systems, and flight responses,” the researchers note. (Image originally published in Galen et al 2018, Annals of the Entomological Society of America)

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