CE: Science of...Beetles
Beetles are everywhere! Well, given that there are over 350,000 different species in the world, it’s not hard to imagine that. In fact, in the grand scheme of things- they are the largest group in the animal kingdom, representing around ¼ of all known animals. Beetles are the most common type of insect, but they have many unique features that make them vastly different from each other. June bugs, ladybugs, weevils, fireflies, and potato bugs just barely scratch the surface of beetles you may encounter quite frequently. Join this Science Of episode to dive into the world of beetles with us!
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