Opublikowany 14 sie 2020
Not a moth.
Dr. Anusha Shankar (anushashankar.weebly.com/) for her guidance, enthusiasm and research on torpor.
Dr. Margaret Rubega (rubegalab.uconn.edu/) and the University of Connecticut
for our conversation and her introductions.
Dr. Alejandro Rico-Guevara (www.alejorico.com/) and the University of Washington
for the incredible media related to the tongue and all of his guidance.
Dr. Don Powers (dpowerslab.com/) and the Powers Research Lab for their
footage on energy conservation.
Dr. Kristiina Hurme (kristiinahurme.com/) for her amazing work on weaponized beaks
Dr. Chris Clark (biology.ucr.edu/people/faculty/Clark.html) and UC Riverside for our conversation and
all of the wonderful footage related to the dives and and displays.
Dr. Gregor Yanega (www.linkedin.com/in/gregoryanega97116/) for the footage of birds pilfering spider food.
FLIR Thermal Cameras (FLIR.com) for the psychedelic heat mapping footage
RuthLes Productions (plthrow.info) for the wonderful footage of the
hummer in torpor, as well as the lovely phone chat.
Tracy Kerestesh (www.tracyportraits.com) for the footage of insect eating.
The Arizona Daily Star (tucson.com/) for letting me use the footage of a hummer collecting
spider webs outside of their window
Tom Grey (tgreybirds.com/) for his very special photo of hummingbirds mating...
which is not easy to capture
Additional footage used under license from: