The Red That Colored the World

Most of us have some article of clothing in our closets that are red. We can all thank a bug called the Cochineal beetle for the color. You can find out what else we use in our daily lives that borrow from the beetle at the Museum of International Folk Art. That’s exactly what we did in this week’s Culture Pass Challenge.   

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