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The Fort Worth Botanic Garden | Botanical Research Institute of Texas will present, for the first time, David Rogers’ "Big Bugs," an exhibit of insect sculptures on a gigantic scale.

Insects outnumber humans one million to one. Many live in communal groups working as one for the common good of all. Their ranks include engineers, soldiers, weightlifters, weavers, hunters, stalkers, gatherers, and even royalty.

The sculptures are created using various combinations of whole trees, cut green saplings, dry branches, and other forest materials. Audiences will marvel or stand bug-eyed before the larger-than-life insect sculptures and gain an appreciation for these invaluable members of the animal kingdom.

The Fort Worth Botanic Garden | Botanical Research Institute of Texas will present, for the first time, David Rogers’ "Big Bugs," an exhibit of insect sculptures on a gigantic scale.

Insects outnumber humans one million to one. Many live in communal groups working as one for the common good of all. Their ranks include engineers, soldiers, weightlifters, weavers, hunters, stalkers, gatherers, and even royalty.

The sculptures are created using various combinations of whole trees, cut green saplings, dry branches, and other forest materials. Audiences will marvel or stand bug-eyed before the larger-than-life insect sculptures and gain an appreciation for these invaluable members of the animal kingdom.

The Fort Worth Botanic Garden | Botanical Research Institute of Texas will present, for the first time, David Rogers’ "Big Bugs," an exhibit of insect sculptures on a gigantic scale.

Insects outnumber humans one million to one. Many live in communal groups working as one for the common good of all. Their ranks include engineers, soldiers, weightlifters, weavers, hunters, stalkers, gatherers, and even royalty.

The sculptures are created using various combinations of whole trees, cut green saplings, dry branches, and other forest materials. Audiences will marvel or stand bug-eyed before the larger-than-life insect sculptures and gain an appreciation for these invaluable members of the animal kingdom.

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Fort Worth Botanic Garden
3220 Botanic Garden Blvd.
Fort Worth, TX 76107
https://brit.org/events/bigbugs/

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