Studying the Antlion Taught Me How to Be Human
As a behavioral ecologist, I was asking of the natural world the very questions I was too scared to ask of myself and those around me.
Ambika Kamath is a writer and biologist, currently based in Boulder, Colorado. She is working on a book that reimagines how we study the evolution of animal behavior.
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