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All Posts Tagged With: "wasps"

The Dirt: This Week in Nature (August 4-August 10)

Cloned horses may compete in future Olympic games, the valuable role wasps play in wine production, and a new study shows that monkeys notice when others make mistakes.

Aug 10th, 2012 | Comments

The Queen of Trees: Video: Mutual Dependence

The sycomore fig tree and the fig wasp share a curious and important co-dependency.

Aug 25th, 2009 | Comments

The Queen of Trees: Introduction

(Airs Sunday, August 30) It may be one of nature's oddest couples: a tiny wasp and a giant fig tree. The wasp and the fig depend on each other for survival.

Aug 9th, 2009 | Comments

Kilauea: Mountain of Fire: Hawaii’s Vulnerable Biodiversity

With over 25,000 unique species, Hawaii is one of the most biologically diverse regions on the planet. These animals and plants live in a delicate balance.

Mar 22nd, 2009 | Comments

Alien Empire: Caterpillar Wasps

Imagine being eaten alive -- from the inside out! That is what happens to any caterpillar unlucky enough to become the nest for an egg laid by a caterpillar wasp.

Apr 18th, 1999 | Comments

Secret Garden: Production Credits

Life is no picnic:amidst the carefully planted flowers and neatly clipped grass there lies a hidden world which is revealed in the NATURE program SECRET GARDEN.

Mar 29th, 1998 | Comments

Secret Garden: Additional Web and Print Resources

Life is no picnic:amidst the carefully planted flowers and neatly clipped grass there lies a hidden world which is revealed in the NATURE program SECRET GARDEN.

Mar 29th, 1998 | Comments

Secret Garden: Backyard Biodiversity

Life is no picnic:amidst the carefully planted flowers and neatly clipped grass there lies a hidden world which is revealed in the NATURE program SECRET GARDEN.

Mar 29th, 1998 | Comments
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