Insects are fascinating creatures that live weird and truly astonishing lives right under our noses. Often ignored or even detested, the world’s trillions of insects still work tirelessly to uphold our ecosystems and help humans survive.
We need them for pollination, for decomposition and soil formation; to serve as food for other animals, keep harmful organisms in check, disperse seeds, help us in our research and inspire us with their smart solutions.
Insects are nature’s little cogs that make the world go ‘round. Trouble is, it seems like many of these cogs are about to come loose.