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Name
Air Date
27.
Time Travellers
Scientist Georges Brossard studies preserved/fossilized insects.
05-31-2001
26.
Outlaws
The Guanacaste region of Costa Rica is home to homopterans.
05-24-2001
25.
Masquerade
Some Costa Rican insects practice biomimicry, a highly refined camouflage tactic.
05-17-2001
24.
Insects at the End of the World
Madagascar is the home to many unique species of birds, mammals, plants and insects.
05-11-2001
23.
05-11-2001
22.
The Grand Alliance
Through evolution, some plants and insects have formed a strange alliance.
05-11-2001
21.
A Symphony of Hexapods
Hissing cockroaches; squeaking beetles; chainsaw-sounding cicadas.
05-10-2001
20.
Entomology Is Catching
Entomologists use unique methods to capture insects.
05-10-2001
18.
Weaver's Island
Spiders of Madagascar.
05-09-2001
17.
05-08-2001
16.
Scorpions
Researchers travel the Sahara Desert in search of scorpions.
05-08-2001
15.
05-07-2001
14.
Very Fast Food
Insects may prove to be the food of the future.
06-24-1999
13.
Mad About Bugs
Orinoco River; insect phobias.
05-09-1999
12.
Child's Play
Children's questions; insect inspired toys.
04-22-1999
11.
Six-Legged Warriors
Insect soldiers and battles.
04-15-1999
10.
Champions of Evolution
Some insects remain unchanged throughout their existence.
04-08-1999
9.
Insects A La Carte
Around the world insects are a regular part of diets.
04-01-1999
8.
Insect Gods
References to insects in the Bible and the Quran; insects are important in certain cultures.
03-25-1999
7.
The Mating Game
Sexual behavior of insects.
03-18-1999
6.
Wicked Butterflies
Butterflies; moths.
03-11-1999
5.
Living Art
Insects as works of art.
03-04-1999
4.
Myths and Legends
Cultural entomology and human imagination.
02-25-1999
3.
New World Order
Insect societies.
02-18-1999
2.
Silent Partners
Insects' instincts help the environment.
02-11-1999
1.
Invertebrate Inventors
Insect innovations.
02-04-1999
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