Polarised skylight and the landmark panorama provide night-active bull ants with compass information during route following
Navigating animals are known to use a number of celestial and terrestrial compass cues that allow them to determine and control their direction of travel. Which of the cues dominate appears to depend on their salience. Here we show that night-active bull
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