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Dr. Dino J. Martins is a Kenyan entomologist and evolutionary biologist. He is the Director of the Mpala Research Centre in Kenya – a research centre of science, education and outreach, to benefit nature and people. He is also a Research Scholar and Lecturer at Princeton University. His mission is to teach people about the importance of conservation and the interconnected nature of our world. His work is focused on the evolution and ecology of interactions between species. Through his commitment to education, he is making change on a global scale and inspiring future generations to engage in conservation work, with the aim to preserve the environment and endangered species.
What do you do?
I’m an entomologist. I love bugs, insects of all kinds. They really are the little creatures that run the world. As an entomologist, as an evolutionary biologist, and as a naturalist and an artist, I’ve spent my life so far exploring the amazing world that we are part of, and learning the intricate details of living things, of the interactions between plants and insects, and getting to understand the connections that underpin our life support systems on this planet.
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