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Fall Freezes the Dragons

Dragonfly remaining still in the crisp, cool autumn airIt’s one of my favorite moments of fall, when it gets cool enough that insects remain right where they are no matter how close I approach. This dragonfly is stilled by its temperature-sensitive metabolism, but not yet frozen.

1 comment to Fall Freezes the Dragons

  • Jacob

    My oldest son and I have an insect collection that we use for him to study with. We have been working on it for a couple of years. This is the best time of year to find insects that we normally would have great trouble catching and get to observe insects that we never would at close range. A couple of days ago we were able to pick up and handle a live wasp. it was pretty neat

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