Bee vision is incredible. Up close, their vision is equal to
a human’s in focal ability, but they can see in ultraviolet, meaning that their
image of the world is vastly different than ours. Bees see lines called honey guides on flower petals. Thelines show up only in ultra violet (UV) light.
They guidethe bee to the honey
in thecentre of the flower. (Adapted
from ‘World of Science’)