Marlene Zuk

University of Minnesota

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Biologist at the University of Minnesota; author of Sex on Six Legs: Lessons on Life, Love, and Language from the Insect World

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In other bug news, an international team of entomologists announced last week that they discovered a cave insect where females have male-like genitalia and visa-versa.

Reverse-Sex Insects

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