Recently, a team of British paleontologists added a new pseudo-explanation.
What amazes me is how the female butterflies can smell dill over great distances, and so deposit their eggs on the right plants.
Olfactory receptors squeeze more data out of odor molecules than previously thought.
The whole earth relies on the abilities of insects, and they are well equipped for the beneficial functions they perform.
Animals have different ways of sharing information without having to invent it by mistake.