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BEES JOIN HUNT FOR SERIAL KILLERS
« on: July 30, 2008, 05:34:09 PM »


Just as bees forage some distance away from their hives, so murderers avoid killing near their homes, says the University of London team.

This "geographic profiling" works so well in bees, the scientists say future experiments on the animals could now be fed back to improve crime-solving.

The team's work is reported in the Royal Society journal Interface.

"We're really hopeful that we can improve the model for criminology," Dr Nigel Raine, from Queen Mary, University of London (QMUL), told BBC News.

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BEES JOIN HUNT FOR SERIAL KILLERS
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