On this last episode, we look back on 23 years of joyous, difficult and always informative conversation.
Fire ants have been one of the most reviled insects in the United States since they first arrived here in the 1940s. But one man who’s devoted his life to studying fire ants says their lives are full of rhythm and drama — and worth our attention. Join Kojo for a glimpse into the unique world of fire ants.
- Walter Tschinkel Distinguished Research Professor of Biological Science, Florida State University; and author of "The Fire Ants" (Harvard Univ. Press)
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