Jessica Ware talks to Big Picture Science about the global decline in insect populations, and why that's a cause for concern.
"[If all the insects disappeared] it would be pretty much uninhabitable. We would imagine a future without fruit, without coffee... But there's other things we rely on insects for that we kind of take for granted [such as their role as decomposers]."
"Imagine a world without birds, without bats, without lots of organisms that rely on insects for food."