The Evolution of a Scientific American Graphic: Beetle Resurrection – Scientific American Blog Network

The Evolution of a <i>Scientific American</i> Graphic: Beetle Resurrection

In terms of what to show: the beetle’s underground activity on the carcass was clearly rich with visual possibilities, as was its—exceedingly rare in the insect world—co-parenting behavior. The question was how to represent these behaviors with maximum visual impact.

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