Wallace's giant bee found alive! Phew. https://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-47311186
A giant bee, thought lost to science decades ago, has been re-discovered on an Indonesian island.
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SWEET FERN PRODUCTIONS is the multimedia production company of filmmakers and science journalists Flora Lichtman and Sharon Shattuck. We are the creators of the New York Times Op-Docs series 'Animated Life,' an ongoing series that uses paper puppets and stringent journalism to highlight moments of scientific discovery. The series is a collaboration between the New York Times Op-Docs and the Howard Hughes Medical Institute's BioInteractive program. Our first short, 'WHALE FALL' premiered on Radiolab in 2011, won "Best Short" at the San Francisco Ocean Film Festival, and screened in festivals internationally. 'THE ANIMATED LIFE OF A.R. WALLACE,' premiered on NYT.com in November 2013, and was an Official Selection of the 2014 Camden International Film Festival and the 2015 Environmental Film Festival in Washington, DC. 'ANIMATED LIFE: SEEING THE INVISIBLE,' about microbes, premiered on NYT.com in September 2014, and won the 2015 CINE Golden Eagle Award for short nonfiction animation. 'ANIMATED LIFE: PANGEA,' about the theory of continental drift, premiered on NYT.com on February 17th, 2015. Our two-part miniseries for VOX.COM, financed by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, premiered in May 2015 with 'FLU: THE GREAT MIGRATION' followed by 'THE DEADLIEST TOOTH' in June. We’re based in Brooklyn, New York.
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