THE LIFE OF BUGS 8K ULTRA HD

THE LIFE OF BUGS 8K ULTRA HD


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In this 8K video, we will see insects like never before!
Bugs are amazing and strange creatures. There are over 800,000 different types of insects on planet Earth.
Were you fascinated by bugs as a child? Are you still fascinated as an adult? Have you watched ants working to transport food items back to the colony or observed butterflies extend their long proboscis to drink nectar? Alternatively, do you avoid bugs at all costs because of a bad experience?
Regardless of your background or interests, there is an entire world made up of billions of insects and they are all around us. Humans are outnumbered! Scientists estimate 29 million species of organisms living on Earth. There are only about 3 million species of organisms on Earth that have been named and 98% of all organisms on Earth are invertebrates.
There are a lot of interesting facts about Insects that you probably didn’t know.
For example, did you know that mosquitoes are the deadliest insect on Earth? They kill more 800,000 humans each year (e.g., malaria, dengue, West Nile, Zika). Also, Did you know that only female mosquitoes drink blood.
Without bees, people of the world would not have enough fruits and vegetables to eat. A study showed that quality, seed production, and other qualities increase when the bees are present. Hence, it is important to conserve bees habitats to protect our food supply.

Some architects have studied termite mounds and bee hives to gain insight into structural and design elements incorporated into buildings for humans. Fire flies can produce their own light and light patterns are used as a signal for mating.

Dragonflies are amazing predators, with up to 97% success at capturing prey. They are known for their appetite for mosquito larvae and adults hence are beneficial to public health.
Did you know that The silk of a giant spider is ten times stronger than Kevlar? That is crazy!
To find out how most spider silk is five times stronger than steel, scientists analyzed the silk that venomous brown recluse spiders use to create their ground webs and hold their eggs, using an atomic force microscope. They found that each strand—which is 1000 times thinner than a human hair—is actually made up of thousands of nanostrands, only 20 millionths of a millimeter in diameter, they reported last month in ACS Macro Letters. Just like a tiny cable, each silk fiber is entirely composed of parallel nanostrands, which they measured to be at least 1 micron long. That may not sound very lengthy, but on a nanoscale, it’s at least 50 times as long as these fibers are wide—and researchers believe they could stretch even further.

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