Runtime: 45 minutes
If there’s one lesson we can learn from life on Earth, it’s that normal doesn’t exist. For example, when we think of an insect, we may immediately think of ants or beetles or even bees. But butterflies, lacewings and praying mantises are also insects. Will there then be a normal insect? Starting from the most diverse animal group on the planet – that of insects – we are going to deconstruct the idea of what is or is not normal. And celebrate the full spectrum of life’s diversity, recognizing both its intrinsic value and the relationships established between species in different ecosystems.
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