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Insects can detect ultraviolet light, whereas humans cannot, but many insects cannot distinguish red. The fact that insects typically do not pollinate red flowers is a reflection of this; birds usually pollinate red flowers. Some insects, notably bees and ants, have the ability to distinguish the plane of polarization of light. Light from the sky is partially polarized, and the dominant plane of polarization is determined by the position of the sun. Bees and ants can learn the pattern of polarization of light from the sky and can use this information to navigate, usually back to the nest, even if the sun is not visible.
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An Introduction to the Philosophy of Mind by Keith Maslin