invertebrate olympics

If you haven’t been watching Olympic ice dancing, you should start.  And if you didn’t think Antarctic krill were the ice dancers of the invertebrates, now you will.  Read more about ice-associated krill in today’s comic: ‘ice krill-pades’.  They are krillin’ it!

sand strikers

Can you name some animals with jaws? Great white sharks, snapping turtles, komodo dragons … Bobbit worms.  That’s right, invertebrates can be pretty terrifying too.  Check out this week’s comic: sneaky sand striker to learn about worms with jaws!

water fleas

If you could have one super power, what would it be?

To fly?

To be invisible?

To grow armor every time you were scared?  Water fleas can do just that whenever they sense predators close by.  My first choice super power would still be to photosynthesize, but inducible defenses are a close second.  Read on in today’s comic: water flea warriors!

New year, new invertebrates

Happy new year from Interviews with Invertebrates! Wishing you a great 2018 full of invertebrate fun! I hope you have enjoyed reading the comics as much as I have enjoyed making them.  Thanks for tuning in over the past few months.  I am looking forward to continuing to share fun invertebrates with you all this year!

The larvae featured in today’s comic have big plans for the new year.  Do you?

Read about their transformations in “adulthood aspirations”.