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Insects in Flight

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John Brackenbury, a professional photographer and retired zoologist, will give a presentation about the novel techniques he uses to give an ‘insect-eye view’ of the world of flying insects. By presenting them in the wider landscape they inhabit, he reinforces the view that even relatively ‘simple’ animals like insects share the same world as human beings.

Copies of his book Up, Up and Away will be available for purchase.

This talk is part of the Cambridge Natural History Society series.

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