How did insects evolve to become one of the largest groups of animals on the planet?

Photo of fish in twilight zone

Welcome to the twilight zone of the ocean, where the sun barely reaches and the fish have big eyes.

An Academy botanist discusses a very important subject.

Scientists are using CT scanning and 3D imaging to study the endoskeletons of armored lizards.

Academy scientists are collecting, breeding and studying Lake Oku clawed frogs.
We chat with Dave Ebert, super shark scientist.
From the remote deserts of Namibia comes a new (to science) species of mammal: the tiny Entendeka sengi.
Tardigrades, or waterbears, are amazing extremophiles that live everywhere!
Anelasma squalicola, a parasitic barnacle, sucks the life and the reproductive capabilities out of its host.
Dylan Burge studies the plants that survive and thrive in serpentine soil.

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