Survivors of the Invisible

1 million different species of insects live on Earth. These diverse creatures adapted to every nook and cranny of the earth. Follow along as photographic techniques bring us into the world of insects.
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Overview

One million different species of insects live on Earth, a highly diverse set of creatures adapted to every nook and cranny of the planet. This extraordinary film uses specialized photographic techniques to bring us right down into the world of insects. Marvel at the strange and complex anatomical features, the ingenious feeding techniques, and the sheer beauty of their hidden microscopic realm.

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Survivors of the Invisible

01: Survivors of the Invisible

One million different species of insects live on Earth, a highly diverse set of creatures adapted to every nook and cranny of the planet. This extraordinary film uses specialized photographic techniques to bring us right down into the world of insects. Marvel at the strange and complex anatomical features, the ingenious feeding techniques, and the sheer beauty of their hidden microscopic realm.

50 min