Video: The Kinky Sex Lives of Insects

"Sex in insects is more interesting than sex in people." - Marlene Zuk

In this fascinating and humorous TED talk, evolutionary biologist Dr. Marlene Zuk offers a look into the sexual practices of a wide range of insects, from dragonflies to honey bees to kadydids to ants. Zuk reveals that insects break many of the rules we think we know about male and female mating practices. In fact, this video will undoubtedly lead many views to question some of their most fundamental ideas and assumptions about what's "normal" and "natural" when it comes to sex and mating. 

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