Locusts can be an agricultural plague -- or a tasty snack. We are fascinated by them, frightened by them, and can't live without them -- sometimes all at the same time. In this segment, Ira talks with author and anthropologist Hugh Raffles about people, insects, and the relationships between them. It's the topic of Raffles' new book 'Insectopedia.'
Produced by Flora Lichtman, Correspondent and Managing Editor, Video