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Video: Insect battles provide clues to evolution

The seemingly peaceful atmosphere in an organic garden on the University of Florida campus belies the battles happening among many of its tiniest inhabitants—the insects. For entomologist Christine Miller, there are endless opportunities here to study how insects compete and even fight for a mate.
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