Yao-Hua Law writes about animal behaviour, ecology and agriculture. After studying insects eating other insects (and their children) at cotton farms in California for his Ph.D., he returned home to Malaysia and taught at a university for three years. He now writes freelance, helps produce radio shows and plans to teach children again. He also savours every chance to eat durians. Catch him at www.scienceilluminates.com or follow him @yaohualaw.
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