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National Insect Week returns in 2020

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  • Interview with Jess French

    Jess French, presenter of CBeebies series 'Minibeast Adventures with Jess', tells us of her experiences working with children and her joy in seeing their enthusiasm for insects and the natural world. Click here
  • Bug of the Day - Thursday

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  • Insects: the unlikely food and feed of the future?

    From giant water bugs in Thailand through to Chapulines in Mexico there is already a wealth of insects that are eaten around the world. The most recent tally puts the number of species of insects that are eaten around the world at a staggering 2037 and the last few years has seen a pulse of...
  • Bug of the Day -Wednesday

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  • Creepy Victorians

    How nineteenth century Britain became obsessed with insects The Victorians were fascinated with insects. This is as obvious as it can be elusive, as insects themselves often are. The Victorians embraced insects for their beauty, their mystery, and their changeability – all aspects of utmost concern...
  • Podcast - Author M.G. Leonard

    Author M. G. Leonard tells us about her inspiration for making insects the heroes in her hit children's book 'Beetle Boy'. Listen to more podcasts by Chris Jeffs M.G. Leonard will be appearing at the launch of the Bug Farm http://www.nationalinsectweek.co.uk/events/bug-farm-launch
  • Bug of the Day -Tuesday

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  • Bug of the Day - Monday

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  • OFFICIAL LAUNCH

    National Insect Week will be launched at BUGS Exhibit, ZSL London Zoo on Monday 20th June Invited supporters will be invited to discover the little things that run the world at the offical launch of National Insect Week. They can go bug-eyed and explore the world under the magnifying glass at the...
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Honeydew

Honeydew is a sugary fluid produced by many plant sucking insects like aphids.

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