The World of Insects

What is it about?

We’ve all got bug-bears about the insect world, they can be pretty annoying, buzzing, biting and being creepy – but without our invertebrate neighbours we’d be in serious trouble. They clean up the planet for us, pollinate the plants we depend on and provide the bases of the food chain supporting all life including ourselves. With millions of years of fine-tuning, they are miniature marvels that the world just can’t live without.

Why should I watch it?

  • When you like or dislike insects
  • More than 2.5 million views since 27 dec 2021
  • More than 19K likes

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