Trap-jaw ants to be featured on PBS "Moment of Impact" series


The trap-jaw ants that the Patek Lab studies will be featured on Episode 2 of the "Moment of Impact" series. Check out the show on April 11, 2010, 8pm on PBS NATURE in the US.

 

The photo above and text below are from the PBS website:

"The natural world is filled with "moments of impact" - the split seconds when animals come into contact with each other and the world around them. Previously many of these moments were too fast or too hidden for us to see. But now new camera technologies reveal what's behind these remarkable moments, and cutting edge animations illustrate the "inside story" of animal bioengineering that allows each moment of impact to take place.

Episode 2: Jungle
Teeming with creatures in every shape and form, the jungle is the most diverse habitat on the planet and home to nearly half of the world's plant and animal species. Rising hundreds of feet from the dark depths of the tropical forest floor, through layers of twisting branch and canopy full of life - this vertical landscape pushes the limits of animal engineering."


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