Bugs in Culture: From Folklore to World War
by Karyn Light-Gibson Author
Bugs (insects and other animals without spines) outnumber us 200 million to one. It should be no surprise then that they have found their way into every strand of human culture. They have helped further scientific research, been our living jewelry, and fought in our wars. Without them, humanity would not survive and it appears that because of them, humans have created some amazing and beautiful things. This zine showcases the many bugs throughout history that have contributed to our cultures and everyday lives.
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