If all mankind were to disappear, the world would regenerate back to the rich state of equilibrium that existed ten thousand years ago. If insects were to vanish, the environment would collapse into chaos. ― E. O. Wilson.
Why insects are so important? Insects create the biological foundation for all terrestrial ecosystems. They cycle nutrients, pollinate plants, disperse seeds, maintain soil structure and fertility, control populations of other organisms, and provide a major food source for other taxa.
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1. If all insects disappeared, all life on earth would perish. If all humans disappeared, all life on earth would flourish. ― Jonas Salk
2. God knows himself and every created thing perfectly. Not a blade of grass or the tiniest insect escapes his eye. ― Mother Angelica
3. I can’t stop moving. I’m like this weird insect. I can’t sit still in real life. ― Robin Wright
4. An insect is more complex than a star and is a far greater challenge to understand. ― Martin Rees
5. Life is hard for insects. And don’t think mice are having any fun either. ― Woody Allen
6. Love has its own instinct, finding the way to the heart, as the feeblest insect finds the way to its flower, with a will which nothing can dismay nor turn aside. ― Honore de Balzac
7. Our farmers feed the world. They are up before dawn and work till well after sunset. They face any number of challenges they can’t control, from too much rain to not enough, from disease to insect infestations. ― Luther Strange
8. A fly, Sir, may sting a stately horse and make him wince; but, one is but an insect, and the other is a horse still. ― Samuel Johnson
9. I wanted to know the name of every stone and flower and insect and bird and beast. I wanted to know where it got its color, where it got its life – but there was no one to tell me. ― George Washington Carver
10. I’ve become a much more serious young insect. ― Andrew Denton
11. The dragonfly is an exceptionally beautiful insect and a fierce carnivore. It has four wings that beat independently. This gives it an ability to maneuver in the air with superb dexterity. A dragonfly can put on a burst of speed, stop on a dime, hover, fly backward, and switch direction in a flash. This is a hunting behavior known as hawking. ― Richard Preston
12. I’m obsessed with insects, particularly insect flight. I think the evolution of insect flight is perhaps one of the most important events in the history of life. Without insects, there’d be no flowering plants. Without flowering plants, there would be no clever, fruit-eating primates giving TED Talks. ― Michael Dickinson
13. We need healthy forests if we want to protect our climate. As the climate changes, forests become more vulnerable to insect outbreaks, droughts and wildfires.
Simultaneously, when our forests are destroyed, their carbon is released back into the atmosphere, further impacting climate change. It’s a horrifying one-two punch. ― Chris Noth
14. We can allow satellites, planets, suns, universe, nay whole systems of universes, to be governed by laws, but the smallest insect, we wish to be created at once by special act. ― Charles Darwin
15. Insects are my secret fear. That’s what terrifies me more than anything insects. ― Michael O’Donoghue
16. We hope that, when the insects take over the world, they will remember with gratitude how we took them along on all our picnics. ―Bill Vaughan
17. When people talk about people who are optimistic about gold, they call them ‘gold bugs.’ A bug is an insect.
I don’t call equity bugs ‘cockroaches.’ Do you understand? There is already a negative connotation with the expression of ‘gold bug.’― Marc Faber
18. Travel stories teach geography; insect stories lead the child into natural science; and so on.
The teacher, in short, can use reading to introduce her pupils to the most varied subjects; and the moment they have been thus started, they can go on to any limit guided by the single passion for reading. ― Maria Montessori
19. Anyway, the title The War of the Insect Gods came before we had that ending, before we knew they had become gods. That we knew the evolutionary cycle they went through. Before we even knew anything about that. We had an ending. ― Michael
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20. If we were to wipe out insects alone on this planet, the rest of life and humanity with it would mostly disappear from the land. Within a few months. ― E. O. Wilson
21. Road trips are the equivalent of human wings. Ask me to go on one, anywhere.
We’ll stop in every small town and learn the history and stories, feel the ground and capture the spirit.
Then we’ll turn it into our own story that will live inside our history to carry with us, always. Because stories are more important than things. — Victoria Erickson
22. A road trip is a way for the whole family to spend time together and annoy each other in interesting new places. — Tom Lichtenheld
23. The road is there, it will always be there. You just have to decide when to take it. — Chris Humphrey
24. Look for chances to take the less-traveled roads. There are no wrong turns. — Susan Magsamen
25. Nobody travels on the road to success without a puncture or two. — Cherry Nguyen