The Hidden Language of Insects Radio Expeditions travels to a remote part of the Amazon rich with biodiversity to explore a surprising discovery: Some of the smallest residents of the jungle are communicating with each other, and their messages can be very complex.
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The Hidden Language of Insects

Some of the smallest residents of the jungle are communicating with each other, using sound.

Societies of Sound in the Forest

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A Journey to the Edge of the Amazon

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Web Extra: Follow Flawn Williams' Quest to Capture the Calls of Howler Monkeys in the Amazon

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