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Dante and Mia Centuori
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The sibling pair of aspiring entomologists Dante and Mia Centuori take a closer look at the sometimes annoying, often entertaining, and always interesting creatures known as insects. Insect View will cover a host of insect related topics, from specific species to fascinating stories. Sit back, relax, and enjoy learning about insects from the comforts of your own home, where there are significantly less mosquitoes.


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    Brinkerhoffson Felipe
    3 months ago
  • come back! this is a great podcast!

    3 years ago
  • A fun new view into the world of insects!

    I’m not an insect lover, but this podcast has made me feel that insects are not my enemy! In fact, there is much to learn about these little creatures, and some might even seem appealing or cute after their particular episode! Dante and Mia keep me laughing with their witty banter and fun facts. I’ve even cried ... once! 😂😂😂

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    Mr. Chew
    United States3 years ago
  • Hi! 🦋

    Wow! These are great! I love your clever banter! I am looking forward to learning more about insects with you both! Carry forward the love of insects! 🐞🐜🦋

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    United States3 years ago
  • Informative and funny

    I can’t wait for the next episode!

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