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110 days to go to Insect Week

Rod Clarke - Natural history cinematography

Rod Clarke - cinematographer for David Attenborough’s ‘Life’ series of documentaries, Africa, and more recently Hidden Kingdoms – gives a technical insight into the practicalities of filming insects, explains how important it is to be on their level to get into their world, and tells us why they are the most fascinating animals to film.

Did you know?

Haemolymph

Haemolymph is the equivalent of blood in insects, it distributes nutrients and immune cells around the insect body.

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