By Floriane Pochon with Tony Regnauld
Digest before consuming
Based on Jean-Henri Fabre
“In our climates, very few insects compete for popular fame with the glow worm, this curious critter who, to celebrate his little joys of life, lights a lighthouse at the end of his belly.
Who has never heard his name? In the warm summer evenings, who did not see him wandering in the grass, like a spark fallen from the full moon? Greek antiquity called him Lampyris, meaning lantern-rump-bearer.”
WITH THE VOICE OF: Nelly Flecher