DK Find Out! Insects
DK

From beautiful butterflies to buzzing mosquitoes, insects are the most successful animals on Earth.

Pest World for Kids: Moths
Pest World for Kids

Most moths are nocturnal but seem to be attracted to light (for example, a porch light or a fire).

Pest World for Kids: Pest Quest - You Dirty Rat, Why Moths Love Light and Don't Let the Bed Bugs ...
Pest World for Kids

You dirty rat, why moths love light and don’t let the bed bugs bite

Pest World for Kids: Why are Insects Attracted to Light?
Pest World for Kids

If you’ve spent time outside in the backyard or on the porch during a summer evening, you have probably seen insects flying around porch lights, street lights, or even a campfire flame.

The University of Arizona Cooper Center for Environmental Learning: Butterflies & Moths! Part 2
The University of Arizona

Back by popular demand, Butterfly (aka Mariah) reveals the similarities and differences between moths and butterflies.

But Why?: Why Do Flamingos Stand On One Leg?
But Why?

Researchers aren’t entirely sure, but the current prevailing theory is that flamingos stand on one leg to conserve energy.

But Why?: Why Are Moths Attracted To Light?
But Why?

Moths are fun to watch and easy to photograph in your own backyard.

Ologies: Forest Entomology (CREEPY CRAWLIES) with Kristen Wickert
Ologies

We chat about everything from Moth Man to chubby caterpillars to spiderwebs to fungus.

Ologies: Lepidopterology Encore with Phil Torres
Ologies

Butterflies are delightful and beautiful and part of any idyllic picnic-scape but lepidopterologist, TV host and jungle explorer Phil Torres is here to gossip about how shamelessly disgusting our favorite bugs actually are.

Ologies: Lepidopterology (BUTTERFLIES) with Phil Torres
Ologies

Butterflies are delightful and beautiful and part of any idyllic picnic-scape but lepidopterologist, TV host and jungle explorer Phil Torres is here to gossip about how shamelessly disgusting our favorite bugs actually are.