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Documentary series offering a vivid insight into the insect kingdom. Man has been locked in combat with insects for most of history. Plagues of armyworms and locusts devastate crops, and disease-carrying mosquitoes are the world’s biggest killers, but most insects aid humans in unimaginable ways. From tiny bees that support the US cattle industry, to insects as gourmet food items, this programme reveals the insect in a new light.

Documentary Description

Since the dawn of time they have been in conflict with the human race: invading our homes, building sophisticated colonies and using high-tech weapons. Mankind is slowly losing this War of the Worlds against the ultimate Alien, The Insect. Alien Empire shows how well equipped they are for the fight. Their skeleton is a design miracle, their incredible communication systems include on board sensors and transmitters for emitting sound and light signals and their societies are fantastically organized. Alien Empire draws on the latest techniques in robotics and artificial intelligence, along with state-of-the-art computer animation and graphics to straightscopes and endoscopes shrink the viewer to allow a fascinating in-depth view of the insect kingdom. This NATURE’S miniseries takes you into the bizarre, fascinating world of insects with amazing graphics. Show 1, “Hardware & Replicators,” takes a close look at insect design and examines their reproductive strategies. Show 2, “Battlezone & Metropolis” focuses on the constant war that insects wage for food and the complex habitats and social relationships they create. And Show 3, “Voyagers & War of the Worlds,” charts insect migration and explores the ways insects and humans wage war — and occasionally cooperate.

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