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Conserving the small things that run the world

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Ed Turner notes that insects are the most diverse group of organisms on the planet, but are facing serious declines. In his talk he will explore some of the remarkable diversity of forms and functions found among the insects and investigate why they have come to be so diverse and measures that can be employed to conserve them.

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

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