Are insects nature?
yes, insects are nature , they are on earth from million years ago till now, and it's before the human being on earth so, insects can adapt with all environments.
The phrase is a reference to a collection of two novellas by A.S. Byatt, titled Angels & Insects and refers to the nature of being human. Being both spiritual beings and part of the more mundane world around us, we exist in a state between angels, pure spirit, and insects, seen as the incarnation of that which is ultimately mundane.
There has been debate on why insects are so successful in nature mostly it starts with how they are able to adapt so quickly and several evolutionary traits. For one insects evolved to have an exoskeleton and tendons and muscles are fused directly to this outside skeleton and enables them to move quickly and nimbly, to dodge predators and catch prey. So more insects are able to survive to mate and reproduce to create another…
Andrew Hipp has written: 'Peanut-Head Bugs (Hipp, Andrew. Really Wild Life of Insects.)' 'Gardening Ants (Hipp, Andrew. Really Wild Life of Insects.)' 'The Life Cycle of an Earthworm (Hipp, Andrew. Life Cycles Library.)' 'Corn Inside and Out (Getting Into Nature)' 'Assassin Bugs (Hipp, Andrew. Really Wild Life of Insects.)'
Commensalism does exist in nature. It means a relationship between two organisms where one benefits and the other is not affected. An example is the cattle egret and cattle. The egrets live near the cattle and benefit by eating the insects stirred up by the cattle's hooves. The cattle are not affected.