Mark Moffett

July 30 . 2010

The Smithsonian’s Mark Moffett has been called the  “the Indiana Jones of entomology,” and he takes us on an exciting  journey in which we find that ants have invented highways and infrastructure, traffic rules, voting and market economies, livestock domestication and large-scale agriculture, slavery, warfare and terrorism, and even smart public health policies years before humans came on the scene in Adventure Among Ants.