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All Species Strange and Small

For the last 300 million years or so, it’s been the age of insects. And that doesn’t appear to be changing anytime soon.

That’s the conclusion of a National Geographic essay by Dr. Rob Dunn, assistant professor of biology. The September issue also features a gorgeous gallery of insect eggs that accompanies the article.

Dunn’s interests include “all species strange and small.” He studies interactions among species, such as humans and forehead mites, emus and seeds, wolves and tapeworms, and ants and other ants.

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