Let's assume you have just been given the task of putting together a six-million-dollar version of a bionic bee. You're not going to make some kind of superbee, just an ordinary worker version like in any run-of-the-mill beehive. Obviously you'd need all the anatomical accoutrements like the head, thorax, abdomen, legs, antennae and the like. But let's say you've already got the existing plans for all of these. What you're really interested in is the internal circuitry and black boxes that will be needed for the bee's navigational and guidance system.
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