“The only way you can damage or really adversely affect an insect population is by destroying its habitat or destroying its host plant,” Marley said. “What we do is we go in and we cull a very few specimens. And that gives an economic incentive to people to preserve their habitat. They’re making a living off of the standing rainforest, instead of having to develop it to make a living. And so, you’re actually preserving the species.”
He has collectors shipping to him from all over the world, I wonder how true this statement is in actual practice?
Even so, it doesnt make me appreciate murdered insect art.
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