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The capture of criminal insects handbook

Because insects don’t go to school, they have never learned to speak English. Instead different insect species use different ways to communicate to each other – and to you. Most insects use body language and sounds to tell you what they mean as they “dance” what they want to say - and so to become an effective “Insect interrogator”, you must learn to look and listen very, very carefully. For example, if an insect is angry, it may flap its wings very fast and move about quickly. It will sound angry. If on the other hand it stands where it is without moving, it is telling you it is scared or that it doesn’t want to speak to you. Insect speak is not an easy language to learn. First you must learn to hear the difference between a bizz and a buzz – and then you must learn to hear the difference between an izz, zizz and a bizz - and as if that isn’t hard enough, when you have learned to hear the difference between all these sounds and worked out what they mean, then you must put the meaning of each sound together with the meaning of the movement or dance and interpret – or best guess - what the insect is trying to tell you. It takes years to learn to interrogate insects Interrogating suspects Page 9


The capture of criminal insects handbook
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