Morphologically Disturbed Insects from Nuclear-Affected Areas

Morphologically Disturbed Insects from Nuclear-Affected Areas

Swiss scientific illustrator Cornelia Hesse-Honegger travels to post and near-nuclear sites like Chernobyl, documenting the bizarre 'morphologically disturbed' insects that have survived the fallout.

Claudia Cukrov
  • 6 november 2009

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These are a few of the many pieces from scientific illustrator Cornelia Hesse-Honegger.  Traveling to post and near-nuclear sites like Chernobyl, the Swiss science artist documents the bizarre ‘morphologically disturbed’ insects that have survived the fallout.  A fascinating look at the lingering effects of the nuclear world.

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