We had no idea, but apparently a swarm of bees in May on an easily accessible branch is something to get excited about!
In its youth the flat-fish is symmetrical with one eye on each side. However, as the body matures, one eye “begins to glide slowly round the head.”
Of course, we know that insects are not inanimate. A fly senses when you try to swat it.
These examples may seem trivial, as if they were just “the way things are,” not proving anything. But this is not so.
The “science of purpose” is new to the analytic framework, and is thus obliged to make the case for its claim to validity.