Two of the scariest symbols of Halloween are spiders and bats. They have bad reputations for not just being creepy, but dangerous. We get the straight scoop in these creepy critters from two experts in the fields of entomology and bats, and hear how both of these creatures are not as scary as we think, but very beneficial members of the insect and animals worlds.
- Nancy Troyano is an entomologist and director of technical education and training for Rentokil North America
- Merlin Tuttle is an ecologist, wildlife photographer, conservationist and author of the book, The Secret Lives of Bats: My adventures with the world’s most misunderstood mammals