Marlene Zuk:
What we learn from insects' sex lives

TEDWomen 2015 · 11:58 · Filmed May 2015
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In this enlightening, funny talk, Marlene Zuk shares just some of the ways that insects are truly astonishing — and not least for the creative ways they have sex.

Evolutionary biologist
Marlene Zuk studies insect behavior — and how humans use animal behavior to think about how we behave ourselves. Full bio
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