Animals vote, too: how different species choose – or depose – a leader

Animals vote, too: how different species choose – or depose – a leader

Honeybees, Indian jumping ants and pigeons are some of the species that have evolved ways of collective decision-making

Americans are currently deciding who they think will best serve them as leader. While animals don’t emerge from polling places with the “I Voted” sticker, they make collective decisions about who’s going to take charge, too.

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