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The Good Bug A Celebration of Insects - and What We Can Do to Protect Them

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By: George C McGavin(Author)
192 pages, b/w illustrations
The Good Bug
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  • The Good Bug ISBN: 9781789296693 Hardback Jun 2024 Available for pre-order
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Following on from the success of The Good Bee, this beautifully illustrated celebration of insects by leading entomologist George McGavin highlights the pivotal role they play in our ecosystems, and what we can do to help them survive and thrive.

Insects are fascinating and ingenious. They also play an incredibly important role in maintaining life on planet Earth, and are particularly pivotal to our own survival. And yet they are under threat because of us. Since they appeared on land 420 million years ago, these small six-legged animals have been pioneers and ultimate survivors. Around 87 per cent of all plant species need animal pollination and most of this is delivered by insects – they also maintain healthy soil, assist in decomposition and are essential to the food web.

The Good Bug is a celebration, and also a call to arms. One of the UK's foremost entomologists and respected academics, George McGavin, explains all the amazing things that insects do, what we're doing as humans to threaten their habitats and most importantly what we can do now to protect them.

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Dr George McGavin is one of the UK's foremost entomologists and leading authorities on the natural world, and a respected academic, author, television and radio presenter, explorer and speaker on all things bug-related.

Popular Science Coming Soon
By: George C McGavin(Author)
192 pages, b/w illustrations
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