Creatures, Strange and Complex, in Colorful Detail

September 19, 2013

“A lot of scientists come to science in first place because they find science beautiful; they find themselves mesmerized by looking at the stars or watching organisms or the imagery of the deep sea,” animation director Dr. Casey Dunn said of a program to take viewers everywhere from the bottom of the ocean, to see how the solitary angler fish finds and keeps a mate, to the tree tops, to find the strangler fig making trees hollow from the outside in.


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